Monday’s Headlines 5/3/21: Person walking dies after being struck by A-Line train

Denver, RTD, and the Metro Area

  • Pedestrian Dies After Crash With RTD A-Line (CBS Local)
  • You can eat on Denver streets and sidewalks for at least another year (Denverite)
  • RTD to begin 18-month fare study due to ‘burdensome’ cost for many customers (9 News, Sentinel Colorado)
  • Public transit hopes to win back riders after crushing year (The Denver Post)
  • Denver RTD establishes guiding principles for providing future service (Mass Transit)
  • One-third of scooter rides replaced a car trip (KDVR)
  • Man arrested after ramming patrol car and leading officers on car chase, police say (9 News)
  • Autonomous vehicles could come to Golden (Arvada Press)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 9 a.m.: 38 (Good). Yesterday’s max: 61 (Moderate).

Centennial State

  • There’s a storied history behind Gypsum’s modest pedestrian bridge (VailDaily)
  • Connecting Colorado: Front Range Passenger Rail Legislation Clears Committee (EIN News)
  • Man accused of hitting, killing CSP trooper in 2016 scheduled to appear in court Monday following two mistrials (KDVR)

From Streetsblog

  • What is ‘Traffic Violence’ and Why Do We Need To Talk About It? (Streetsblog USA)
  • Monday’s Headlines Because We’re Doing This (Streetsblog USA)

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