Wednesday’s Headlines 6/30/21: A bus is a terrible thing to waste

Denver, RTD, and the Metro Area

  • Former RTD buses abandoned on city street (KDVR)
  • Heads Up Denver Shoppers, Bag Fee Takes Effect This Week (CBS Local)
  • Denver has cleared out more homeless camps in 6 months than all of 2020 (Denver Post)
  • RTD delays commuter line from Denver to Thornton (Colorado Politics)
  • John Laing : increases equity stake in Denver commuter rail project (Market Screener)
  • City Council to vote on rezoning Denver’s Sloan’s Lake neighborhood for granny flats (Denver Gazette)
  • Denver Uber driver out of work after hit-and-run crash with uninsured driver (The Denver Channel)
  • Denver airport CEO nominee brings rich experience in transportation — just not in running airports (The Denver Post)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 9 a.m.: 31 (Good). Yesterday’s max: 46 (Good)

Centennial State

  • CDOT launches “Reasons to Buckle Up” campaign (KRDO)
  • CDOT Reaches Out To Neighboring States To Help Drivers Avoid I-70 As Threat Of Mudslides Continues (CBS Local)
  • Gas prices soar to seven-year high and are likely to continue rising as if you needed another reason not to drive (Denver Gazette)
  • Police man crashed stolen tow truck outside of Greeley police headquarters injured officer (Denver Gazette)
  • Colorado gas stations running out of fuel, but supply isn’t to blame (Fox 31)

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