Trump claimed that an Obama housing rule was forcing communities to build high-density, low-income buildings in suburbia — or, as Trump put it, "mak[ing] sure there is no escape" from "the crime and chaos [found] in Democrat-run cities."
In this guest post, Wes Marshall, a professor of civil engineering at the University of Colorado Denver, reveals Denver-based research showing that crash data hides places where kids want to walk and bike. Related papers show how to identify places where kids already are, and how to create safer streets where they want to go — […]
A Koch-funded group argues that improving walking, biking and public transportation in Denver will actually increase traffic congestion. And that somehow the opposite, allowing a growing population to cram more cars onto already clogged streets — is the best way to move forward. Here's another vision for the city's streets.