People walking have the right of way to cross 13th Avenue in Capitol Hill, but few dare take it. Motorists, not the many people on foot who frequent the dense neighborhood, rule the commercial and residential strip. That changed for one day.
The vast majority of city school received really bad grades — mostly D's with plenty of F's mixed in. Dangerous driving near schools earned the City and County of Denver an F overall, good for second-worst in the state, behind only Arapahoe County.
Between August 27 and September 3, motorists killed one person walking and seriously injured two others, according to the Denver Police Department. A driver seriously injured one person on a bike as well.