Recent Streetsblog DENVER posts about John Hickenlooper

Gabe Klein on What It Will Take to Transform Denver’s Streets

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Here’s part two of Streetsblog Denver’s interview with Gabe Klein, author of Startup City and former DOT chief of Chicago and Washington, DC. Klein is one of the keynote speakers at today’s Live.Ride.Share conference on shared mobility. In part one of the interview, Klein discussed the potential impact of new vehicle technologies on city streets. Here he delves into […]

Hickenlooper on I-70 Boondoggle: “Maybe My Facts Are Out of Date”

Yesterday Governor John Hickenlooper went on Colorado Public Radio for his monthly interview with Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner. Hickenlooper answered various questions on various subjects, and it was going smoothly until Warner asked the governor about his transportation department’s plan to widen I-70 through north Denver. Hickenlooper was all over the map. In the end, Hickenlooper tepidly […]

While Denverites Speak Out Against I-70 Widening, Hickenlooper Stays Silent

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With the groundswell of opposition to Colorado DOT’s plan to gouge a super-wide highway trench across north Denver, Governor John Hickenlooper has to know that city residents are angry about the prospect of more traffic ripping through their neighborhoods on a supersized I-70. Hickenlooper is the only person who can tell CDOT to stop the project, so Streetsblog reached out to his […]