A guest post from a Streetsblog reader about the perils of riding a bike on 15th Street.
The 11th-hour opposition campaign seeks to stop a project supported by 75 percent of neighborhood residents just three years ago.
Brighton Blvd Reopens with (Unfinished) Cycle Track, Sidewalks (CBS4) RiNo Saw $850M Investment Since City Announced Brighton Blvd Transformation (DenPo) …Which Begs the Question, Can Everyone Afford to Live Near Good Transit, Walking, and Biking? No. (9News) Reminder: Private Company Wants Coloradans to Fund Nonexistent Vacuum Tube Transport Tech (DBJ) LOL: Peña Station Parking Lot […]
By all means, enjoy the block party at 35th and Brighton after the grip-and-grin — local businesses have endured 20 months of construction and could use the foot traffic — but you may want to adjust your expectations.
Developer to Build 30-Story Traffic Magnet at 15th and California with 12 Levels of Parking where None Is Required (DBJ) RTD Wants Drivers to Try Transit Today — “Dump the Pump Day” (9News) Blame Sprawl, Subsequent Car Dependence for High Denver Housing Costs (CNU) Bike to Work Day Is Next Week, and It’s Meant to […]
It's old news that wider highways don't fix congestion, but a new study debunks the myth that the economic success of cities and suburbs depends on the unfettered movement of cars and trucks.