The elected RTD Board of Directors approved a new fare structure Tuesday by a vote of 10 to 5, and things will get harder before they get easier for less priveledged residents.
RTD Board Signs Off on New Fare Structure (DenPo) Public Works Chief Cleckley: Denverites Could Vote on City Transportation Department Next Year (DenPo) Northglenn Police Arrest Hit-and-Run Driver Tina Montoya for Seriously Injuring Person on Bike (9News) “Smart City” Symposium Coming to Denver (KGNU) Driving Industry: Robo-Tractor-Trailers Belong on I-70 (DBJ) National headlines at Streetsblog […]
A new study shows, naturally enough, drivers are much more likely to safely pass cyclists on roads with protected bike lanes.
The share of people who drove alone to and from work in Denver fell slightly in 2017, according to new estimates from the United States Census Bureau's American Community Survey, while the percentage of people who walked, biked, and rode transit barely budged.
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Between September 10 and September 16, motorists killed one person walking in the city. The victim died near Hampden Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard.