Monday’s Headlines 8/16/21: Mapping Denver’s growth

Denver, RTD, and the Metro Area

  • Denver maps show neighborhood changes, new (and sometimes empty) homes, and more from Census data (Denverite)
  • Colorado’s Front Range rail is still just an idea, but a Midwestern train shows what it could be (The Denver Post)
  • Man dies in motorcycle crash Saturday evening (9 News)
  • Many calling for more safety measures after another crash on a busy road kills driver (The Denver Channel)
  • Denver’s Tennyson Road Faces Additional Adjustments As Bungalows Are Near Being Demolished (Daily Colorado News)
  • Denver RTD Board adopts agency’s new strategic plan (Mass Transit)
  • Man who pleaded guilty to 2015 DUI death is convicted on another DWAI charge (9 News)
  • Denver Air Quality Index: 9 a.m.: 55 (Moderate). Yesterday’s max: 74 (Moderate)

Centennial State

  • Smoke Is In Colorado’s Air Again, But It Won’t Be As Bad As Last Week (Colorado Public Radio)
  • Fifty years ago, a deadly school bus crash shook Gunnison. Some survivors needed decades to heal. (The Colorado Sun)
  • Driverless downtown shuttle could appear in Colorado city next year (OutThere Colorado)

From Streetsblog

  • Study: Success of Drunk Driving Laws is Limited … If Drivers Have No Alternatives (Streetsblog USA)
  • Monday’s Headlines Are Ready for Departure (Streetsblog USA)

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