Tuesday’s Headlines 7/6/2021: Lots of news to follow the long weekend

Denver, RTD, and the Metro Area

  • Pedestrian hit, killed by bus in Denver little information has been released (9 News)
  • Reasons To Love Denver 2021: Streets For The People (Daily Colorado News)
  • How Denver’s harsh winters are wreaking havoc on the RTD’s oldest rail lines (Denverite)
  • Denver’s Inspiration Level Park Will Get New Playground, Picnic Space With Shadow Pavilion (Daily Colorado News)
  • RTD warns of delays on H and R lines due to maintenance (Denver Post)
  • Capitol Hill residents fencing off parkways to keep homeless away from properties (KDVR)
  • House bill includes money RTD urgently needs for track upgrades (RT&S)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 9 a.m.: 44 (Good). Yesterday’s max: 61 (Moderate)

Centennial State

  • Biking, walking trails could see benefits from proposed infrastructure bill (The Denver Channel)
  • Add Road Salts To The Long List Of Things Killing Colorado Trees (Colorado Public Radio)
  • SUV Crashes Into Pool Pump House In Jefferson County (CBS Denver)
  • Gov. Polis signs climate bill, issues order affirming cap-and-trade opposition (Colorado Newsline)
  • 3 fatal crashes over 4 days in Aurora (Sentinel Colorado)
  • Frisco resident starts petition to restrict short-term rentals (Summit Daily)
  • Colorado’s redistricting commissions are holding public hearings. Here’s where and how you can get involved. (The Colorado Sun)
  • VIDEO: Deputies Searching For Road Rage Suspect Who Stopped In The Middle Of I-25 (CBS Local)

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