Monday’s Headlines 7/19/21: Add the swimming pool to the list of places to watch for cars

Denver, RTD, and the Metro Area

  • Driver With Learner’s Permit Drives Directly Into Swimming Pool In Lakewood (CBS Local)
  • Two drivers die in head-on crash in Centennial involving a stolen vehicle (The Denver Post)
  • Motorcyclist injured after crash with vehicle, police looking for vehicle involved (9 News)
  • Suspected DUI driver rear ends Subaru, causes it to roll into Denver Premium Outlet lot (Fox 31)
  • One person killed, another seriously injured in Lakewood crash (Fox 31)
  • Denver’s first overnight safe parking site gains approval (Fox 31)
  • Lyft is Bringing Back a Version of Shared Rides (WTTW)
  • State approves $238 million in transportation projects; $89 million in Denver metro area (9 News)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 9 a.m.: 97 (Moderate). Yesterday’s max: 140 (Unhealthy for sensitive groups)

Centennial State

  • Boulder cyclist killed in Lee Hill crash after driver turns left in front of him, CSP says (The Denver Post)
  • GoFundMe Page Launched For Boulder Bicyclist Alejandro Acosta Obando Who Was Hit & Killed (CBS Local)
  • Man rams park ranger with car after violating leash rules, deputies say (9 News)
  • Man hit 167 mph in live stream that ended with deadly crash (9 News)
  • Longtime city staff member takes helm of Durango transit (The Durango Herald)
  • New I-25 Prospect Bridge in Fort Collins Nears Completion including multi-use paths in both directions (North Forty News)
  • Proposed new rules to curb Colorado commuters rile businesses (The Denver Gazette)
  • Colorado Transportation Commission Approves $238 million to Address Critical Needs (Pagosa Daily Post)
  • COLUMN: Now, to implement Colorado’s transportation plan (The Gazette)

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