Monday’s Headlines

  • A driver hit and killed a pedestrian Wednesday in the 800 block of North Sheridan Boulevard. (Denver Post)
  • Video: “Oh my God, somebody’s baby is in the street,” shouted an RTD driver before she stopped the bus, jumped out, picked up the child and brought him aboard. (Denver7)
  • A woman is suing RTD for discrimination against black drivers. (CPR)
  • RTD’s driver shortage could force service cuts in Boulder. (Daily Camera)
  • RTD’s real-time arrival information is getting better. (CPR)
  • But at train stations, RTD still lacks real-time signage about delays. (Denver7)
  • Denver bike commuters can blame beavers for flooding on the Cherry Creek trail. (9 News)
  • Boulder considers a campus-to-downtown gondola again. (Denver Post)
  • Colorado has the nation’s highest rural public transportation ridership thanks to mountain towns and ski resorts. (Denver Post)
  • RTD offers free service on New Year’s Eve. (
  • A part of the Suncor refinery remains shut down until the problem that spewed ash over Commerce City is fixed. (Denver Post)
  • The year’s biggest environmental stories include RTD woes, Greta Thunberg, air quality, Suncor and oil and gas. (Westword)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 6 a.m.: 48 Good. Yesterday’s max: 44 Moderate.
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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