Recent Streetsblog DENVER posts about Crissy Fanganello

Denver Has a New App That Shows The Best Way to Get Around

Today Mayor Michael Hancock and Transportation Director Crissy Fanganello introduced the Go Denver app, which lets people sort their trip options by cost, speed, and environmental impact before choosing how to travel. It’ll tell you how many calories each option burns too. The app compares several choices: Transit (with real-time data from RTD), walking, and biking […]

Denver Needs a Transit Revolution — Will City Hall Deliver?

Denver Director of Transportation Crissy Fanganello had some candid words for residents at an Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation meeting Thursday night: “We can’t fix congestion.” “The [Hancock] administration, when we first started having this conversation, wanted to know, ‘How can I fix congestion?'” Fanganello said. “But that was the wrong question. We started to point to other cities that had […]

Friday: Join the Discussion on the Future of Transportation in Denver

Alejandro Henao spends a lot of time thinking about transportation, because that’s what students studying civil engineering and transportation do. But the University of Colorado Denver doctoral student wanted to do more — and see his city act, too. So Henao, with the CU Denver chapters of the Institute of Transportation Engineers and WTS, organized a panel discussion with […]

Hancock Administration Poised to Adopt Vision Zero Plan

Denver Public Works Transportation Director Crissy Fanganello told the City Council Tuesday that her agency will create a Vision Zero plan — a roadmap to eliminate traffic deaths — as long as the council approves the allocations in Mayor Michael Hancock’s 2016 budget. The news came during a presentation on DPW’s budget, which includes $350,000 to create the plan […]