Today’s Headlines

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  • A Line Breakdown Strands Passengers for Three Hours (9News)
  • …And It Sounds Like RTD Will Lose Some Riders (DenPo)
  • Hickenlooper’s Public Health Department Helps Suncor Make North Denverites Breath Literally Tons of Cyanide (DenPo)
  • …And the Denver Post Editorial Board Defends the Oil Company Because Cars
  • The Dairy Block, an Alley-Turned-Pedestrian Walkway, Garners More Businesses (Fox31)
  • City-Imposed Parking Mandates Plus Developers’ Desire for Car Stalls Equals Automated Parking Lots (Denverite)
  • DenverInfill Chronicles Development of Union Station Transit Center With Photos

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Today’s Headlines

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  • North Cap Hill Street Transformations About Moving More People, Doing It Safely (ABC7)
  • Tax Rate Pitch to Voters Depends on How Legislators Fund Transportation (DBJ)
  • Downtown Surface Parking Lot Under Contract for Development — Again (Denverite)
  • Nonprofit Gives Free Bikes for Kids, But Its Days May Be Numbered (CBS4)
  • Motorists in Three Counties Will Pay Less for Using Highway (DBJ)
  • Boulder Valley Schools Encourage Kids to Ride Bikes to Class (303 Cycling)

National headlines at Streetsblog USA

Today’s Headlines

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  • Drivers Killed More Pedestrians Than Ever in Colorado Last Year (Herald)
  • Police to Double Down on High Driving Enforcement 4/20 (Cannabist)
  • Elyria Swansea Residents Remain Skeptical of Stormwater Project Tied to I-70 Widening (Denverite)
  • Poll: 35 Percent of Denverites Love Idea of Hosting Amazon Headquarters — 16 Percent Hate It (Denverite)
  • …But Boston or D.C .Most Likely to Host Company Anyway (DBJ)

National headlines at Streetsblog USA

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