Jonathon Stalls Jonathon Stalls walked across the United States in 2010, founded Walk2Connect in 2012 and now runs a creative project called Intrinsic Paths, which is centered on walking culture, engaged contemplation and pedestrian dignity. Recent Posts Urban Isolation: Look at All the Land Denver Dedicates to Cars By Jonathon Stalls | Aug 28, 2019 | 4 Comments This short video, filmed at at 35th & Quebec, invites you into just how much real estate Denver gives to the automobile. And how people-thriving places and spaces live at the bottom of the list. This post is supported by Readers like you. Give now. Eyes on the Street: No Sidewalk on Park Hill Route to 40th & Colorado Station By Jonathon Stalls | Aug 14, 2019 | 3 Comments This video chronicles the the lack of a sidewalk East 35th Avenue at Colorado. The street is a major pedestrian thoroughfare for people in Northeast Park Hill to get to 40th & Colorado Station. This post is supported by Readers like you. Give now. Video: 17th & Lafayette Construction Puts Parking Before Pedestrians By Jonathon Stalls | Aug 2, 2019 | 3 Comments Another construction company has blocked a sidewalk, endangering pedestrians on a stretch of 17th Stree in the City Park West neighborhood next to the Denver Bicycle Cafe. Commentary: New Sidewalk on Colorado Blvd. Is An Insult That Remains Unsafe for Pedestrians By Jonathon Stalls | May 23, 2019 | 5 Comments A new sidewalk on Colorado Blvd., which replaced a sloping dirt path, remains a poorly designed, “violent, loud and unsafe” place for pedestrians.