Today’s Headlines 5/18/21: Ghost bike dedicated for Gwen Inglis

Denver, RTD, and the Metro Area

  • Ghost bike dedication for award-winning cyclist killed in Lakewood (KDVR)
  • Update: Ryan Montoya Accused Of Killing Lakewood Cyclist Gwen Inglis (CBS Local)
  • Update: 12-year-old bicyclist killed in collision with car in Jefferson County (The Denver Post)
  • Motorcyclist Dies In Crash With Another Vehicle In Denver’s Central Park Neighborhood (CBS Local)
  • What to Know About RTD’s Income-Based Discount Program (Mile High Connects)
  • Brutal! Denver Is Losing Another Landmark Building (Westword)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 9 a.m.: 64 (Moderate). Yesterday’s max: 70 (Moderate)

Centennial State

  • $5.2 Billion Transportation Bill Passes Colorado Senate (CBS Local)
  • CDOT rolls out more Main Street grants, as Democrats push stimulus benefits (Colorado Politics)
  • Colorado deals for transportation as it looks for long-term funding plan (The Bond Buyer)
  • Age-Friendly Network Welcomes 3 Colorado Cities (Patch)
  • Breckenridge to allow outdoor seating, displays through summer despite overwhelming support for pedestrian-only Main Street, the city will still re-open the street to cars (9 News)

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