Thursday’s Headlines

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Other news

  • 8,500: Minimum number of impaired driving arrests in Colorado last year. (Denver Post)
  • 150 years: The time it will take Denver to inspect its crumbling and missing sidewalks. (Denver Post)
  • Old transportation fights are brewing ahead of Colorado’s new legislative session. And little new funding is in play. [Also: Where are the dedicated lanes for pogo sticks Republican leader Patrick Neville speaks of?] (Colorado Sun)
  • The owner of Turin Bicycles, Denver’s oldest bike shop, is unloading gear ahead of the shop’s closure. (BusinessDen)
  • See RTD’s January 12 service changes. (RTD)
  • Commuters launched a petition to keep RTD’s West Denver 100L route, which is set to be cut in response to the agency’s driver shortage. (
  • RTD’s board of directors chose new leaders. (Progressive Railroading)
  • More on the private effort to bring the RTD’s B Line to Boulder and Longmont. (CBS4)
  • A developer proposed a seven-story hotel near an RTD station in RiNO. (Denver Business Journal)
  • Denver Infill: A roundup of the last decade in new residential and non-residential buildings.
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 6 a.m.: 44 Good. Yesterday’s max: 49 Good.
  • National headlines at Streetsblog USA.

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