The backup driver was distracted. Sensors that are supposed to detect pedestrians failed.
HB 1191 frees cities and towns from the archaic 85th percentile rule. Instead, they can change speed limits because they believe it would reduce crashes or make walking and biking safer.
Expect a Ruling Next Week on If and When G Line Can Open (DenPo) Republican Road-Funding Measure May Be Dead for Now, Clearing Way for Transport Tax Measure (CPR) …And the Denver Post Cheers Compromise — Which Would Immediately Fund Road Expansions Broncos’ Surface Parking Lots to Become Places to Live, Work, Play (Denverite) “River […]
Imagine you own a shoe store and every time you want to bring in more customers by having a sale, you had to ask the National Shoe Retailers Association for permission, which could take months or years to give you an answer. That's how Senator Tim Neville and his Republican colleagues want RTD to do things.
Researchers observed 364 crossings at 20 intersections in Milwaukee, and drivers only yielded 16 percent of the time.
Driver Strikes Two Kids at 38th and Zuni After Running Red Light (9News, ABC7) Another Driver Hits Another Person Walking at Federal and Howard (9News) 33-Story “Two Tabor” Tower Planned Next to Original Tabor Building With no New Parking (DenverInfill) CDOT Thinks a Public Meeting Will Address Driving-While-High Problem (CBS4) City Voters Could Get Chance […]