Pete Piccolo is the Executive Director of Bicycle Colorado. He works to make Colorado a better place to ride a bike for everyone who chooses to ride. He prioritizes relationship building, collaboration and creating a strong, effective team to lead the way. The post originally appeared on bicyclecolorado.org Many years ago, when engaged to my […]
By Nicholas Coppola, MEng and Wes Marshall, PhD, PE This guest commentary is by Nicholas Coppola, a PhD candidate, and Wes Marshall, a Professor of Civil Engineering with the University of Colorado Denver. The future of transportation is littered with promises of driverless cars, hyperloops, and delivery drones. Yet, we live in a present where […]
By Peyton Gibson and Wes Marshall, PhD, PE This guest commentary is by Peyton Gibson, a Master’s Student, and Wes Marshall, a Professor of Civil Engineering with the University of Colorado Denver. Do you know who is responsible for maintaining the roads in front of your home? Sure, that one pesky pothole on your block […]
Allen Cowgill is a Denver advocate focused on safer streets and sustainable transportation. He is a member of the Denver Bicycle Lobby and is on Twitter at @AllenCowgill. Did you ever walk through Commons Park about 5 or 10 years ago before they put up the fence to keep people from walking on the grass? […]
Maggie Lea is the Grants Manager with Mile High Connects. Maggie was born and raised in Denver, and has a deep love for this community and dedication to its people. Case: leverage existing transit infrastructure for equitable vaccine distribution In the months since COVID-19 vaccination efforts kicked off in the state, we’ve made enormous strides […]
Soon Denver will have two contractors that will be permitted to provide scooters and shared bike systems to our streets. In total 3,000 scooters and 600 bikes will be allowed on our streets and sidewalks. The Colorado Cross Disability Coalition, a Statewide Coalition that supports the rights and freedoms for people with disabilities, encourages the use of multi-modal devices to help keep our community active and healthy.