Since I founded Streetsblog Denver, the city’s media landscape has shifted, at least somewhat, to question automobile dominance and the general lack of good alternatives. Hell, one-time A-Line agitator Kyle Clark is now a hero of the movement.
Saliha Abdalla-Suleiman, 42, was the victim of the December 11 hit-and-run where a driver steered a Winnebago motor home onto a sidewalk. Her family thinks the driver may have intentionally run over the Eritrean refugee because she is Muslim.
Whether you love an electric boost when zipping around the city's streets or you're frustrated with people zooming past too close for comfort, check out this debate on the controversial vehicles and their future in Denver.
A woman riding in a bike lane near Washington Park died yesterday after a driver crashed his work vehicle into her. A group of neighbors are fighting to stop upgrades to a bike lane on the street — and even advocates agree that white plastic posts are not the answer.
Traffic fatalities are up 29 percent this year in Denver with 37 dead already compared to 29 at this point in 2018. The numbers grew last week after drivers killed two pedestrians in Denver and a third in Aurora after a frightening hit-and-run Saturday night.