Tuesday’s Headlines

From Streetsblog
  • Today is Colorado Gives Day! Help Streetsblog continue to influence Denver’s mobility conversation and hold officials accountable. If we meet our $2,500 goal today, two challenge grants will boost our readers’ donations to around $7,500, nearly enough to fund our nonprofit journalism site for one month. Please donate now.
  • Streetsblog’s editor recently traveled to Buenos Aires. Check out his photos and observations related to the city’s mobility options. (Streetsblog Denver)
Other news
  • A driver hit and seriously injured a pedestrian at South Yosemite Street and East Nassau Avenue. (Denver Police)
  • Colorado drivers rank as the 6th worst in the nation according to a study that looks at traffic violations such as running red lights, speeding and traffic fatalities. (Denver Post)
  • After the big storm, Denver residents reported 1,439 unshoveled sidewalks. Only 36 tickets have been issued. (9 News)
  • RTD will look for an interim general manager ahead of its current retiring. (Denver Post)
  • Denver City Council wants more power — and some want to take it from the mayor. (Denverite)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 7 a.m.: 49 Good. Yesterday’s max: 43 Good.
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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