Tuesday’s Headlines 01/26/2021 and Shovel Your Sidewalk If You Have One

Denver and the Metro Area

  • Mayor Hancock and Councilwoman Sandoval (District 1) host virtual Cabinet in the Community for northwest Denver residents tonight at 6 p.m. (Zoom registration, Facebook, Colorado Politics)
  • In Denver, getting the coronavirus vaccine may depend on where you live and your access to transportation (Colorado Sun)
  • Another story on the UCHealth Coors Field vaccination drive-through event this weekend that doesn’t mention people walking, biking, or riding public transit (CBS4)
  • As Polis pushes, RTD leaders want dialogue on long-delayed Longmont train (9News)
  • The RTD Board of Directors meets tonight at 5:30 p.m. (Agenda with dial-in number and briefing from CEO Debra Johnson)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 11 a.m.: 53 (Moderate). Yesterday’s max: 66 (Moderate).

Centennial State

  • CDOT: “The biggest thing we can’t mitigate isn’t nature, it’s driver behavior” (KRDO)
  • Colorado driver’s license art contest includes serene mountainscapes instead of harrowing streetscapes (CBS4)
  • Fort Collins: Plan for former Hughes Stadium property addresses equity in housing, transportation, child care, and health – including a transit center! (CSU)

From Streetsblog

  • Tuesday’s Headlines Because You’re on a Roll (Streetsblog USA)
  • What the History of Autonomous Vehicles Can Teach About Our Transportation Future (Streetsblog USA)

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