Recent Streetsblog DENVER posts about pedestrians

A pedestrian crosses E. Mississippi Ave. at S. Columbine St. shortly after an in-street pedestrian sign was installed Aug. 23. Photo: Andy Bosselman

Eyes on the Street: City Installs in-Street Pedestrian Crossing Signs Near Wash Park

The Department of Public Works installed in-street pedestrian signs in the crosswalks at two intersections in the Washington Park neighborhood this morning. The signs come three weeks after Mayor Michael Hancock promised to boost street safety at 24 locations around the city after drivers killed two bicyclists last month, adding to a fast-rising death rate that is on track to reach highest level in over a decade.
A sign directs people to stay on designated trails in Cheesman Park. Photo: Andy Bosselman

Denver Shouts ‘Get Off My Lawn’ With Obnoxious Signs in Cheesman Park

Visitors to Cheesman park are doing it all wrong. A few weeks ago, at least a dozen signs popped up right in the middle of informal trails where people run and walk. They direct people to use official paths. But pedestrian advocates say that such paths show where people want to go and that officials should respond by building formal trails in those locations.