Tuesday’s Headlines 5/25/21: A little bit of everything

Denver, RTD, and the Metro Area

  • Denver’s head of transportation and infrastructure leaving for a job in Miami (The Denver Post)
  • Lincoln Street into downtown Denver gets new configuration (9 News)
  • CO: Gov. Polis signs law giving RTD flexibility to reduce bus and train fares, charge for parking in lots (MassTransit)
  • RTD announces June service changes (KDVR)
  • Denver policing task force holds rally, officially submits reform recommendations (KDVR)
  • 1 dead, others injured after 4-car crash shuts down major Aurora-area intersection (The Denver Post)
  • Teachers buy scooters for students to combat complacency during pandemic (9 News)
  • Cyclist claims Denver Police motorcycles pass dangerously on mountain road (OutThere Colorad0)
  • Boulder’s B-Cycle Program Celebrates 10 Years (CBS Denver)
  • University Hills church looks to offer overnight parking for those living in cars (BusinessDen)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 9 a.m.: 45 (Good). Yesterday’s max: 77 (Moderate)

Centennial State

  • How much damage does climate change cause in Colorado? Leaders are trying to put a price tag on it. (The Colorado Sun)
  • Colorado Springs woman convicted in 2011 dragging death granted parole (KDVR)
  • Kristin Stephens: Transportation funding is our shared future (Loveland Reporter – Herald)
  • Police investigate bike theft in Vail (Vail Daily)
  • How much will the state’s new transportation proposal cost average Colorado drivers? we’re guessing not enough (KDVR)

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