Friday’s Headlines

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  • Walking Around Denver Will Stay Interesting and Fun Thanks to More Public Art Grants (Denverite)
  • CDOT Gets New Grant to Add Toll Lanes to I-25 Between Berthoud and Loveland- Because, as We All Know, Adding Lanes Totally Decreases Traffic (CBS4)
  • A New Carshare Startup is Comin’ to Town (Our Story From Yesterday Here). Question is, Will it Diminish Cars on the Road Like They Say it Will? (Denverite)
  • CPR Explains Why There is a Fleet of VW Cars Parked Near I-25
  • Water Main Break at Clayton and Dartmouth has Sidewalks and Road Closed (CBS4)
  • Denver Bikes Thieves Strike Again, This Time from a Secure Bike Locker in an Apartment Garage (Denver7)

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Thursday’s Headlines

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  • Driver in SUV Hit and Injured Person Walking in Colorado Springs (Gazette)
  • Red Light Cameras and Electric Speed Traps Growing, but CDOT Didn’t Put Them at the Most Dangerous Intersections (Denverite)
  • “CDOT’s Top Official Wants the Legislature to Nix a Proposed 2019 Transportation Bond-Sale Initiative” (DBJ)
  • New Proposal to Put E-Scooters on the Streets, Where People Have Been Riding Them Anyway (Denverite)
  • Jefferson Parkway on the Road to Being Built (DenPo)
  • Daughter of Victim from Thanksgiving Hit and Run Speaks Out, Driver Still not Found (9News)
  • CDOT Adding Extra Lane on I-70 Near Vail to “Ease Traffic” (CBS4)
  • Today: Join us for the Streetsblog Meet the Editor event + the Denver Streets Partnership for a holiday happy hour. Click here for free tickets. It’s an off-the-record mixer for mobility advocates, city staff and our transportation media friends.

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Wednesday’s Headlines

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  • Investigation Ongoing After Semi-Truck Driver Hit and Killed Woman Walking in Grand Junction (DenPo)
  • “A Pocket Guide To All Your Questions About RTD’s Ongoing A Line Drama” (CPR)
  • … Speaking of the A Line, RTD is Also Adding Train Cars to that Line to Accommodate High Ridership, 16 Million Since 2016 (9News)
  • Speer Goes Vertical with Expensive Housing, Area Includes Amenities Dwellers Enjoy Such as: Having Walkability, Bikeability, and Public Transit (Denverite)
  • Some Say “Too Much Traffic” Will Come From the New Development at CDOT’s Old Headquarters, Because in Colorado, That Seems to Always be the Main Focus: Traffic (Fox31)
  • “Sweep Streets Not People”- Group Advocating Against City’s Urban Camping Ban Amid Campaign Season (KUNC)
  • ‘Andy’s Car Land’ Shop (and Parking Lot) Sold to a Developer with Mixed-Use Plans (BusinessDen)
  • More on E-Scooter Injuries (Fox31)
  • Tomorrow: Join us for the Streetsblog Meet the Editor event + the Denver Streets Partnership for a holiday happy hour. Click here for free tickets. It’s an off-the-record mixer for mobility advocates, city staff and our transportation media friends.

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Tuesday’s Headlines

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  • CDOT’s New Headquarters “Campus” Plan Approved by City Council (DenPo)
  • …And, CDOT’s Old Headquarters Plan also Approved-  it Will Become a Dense, Walkable, and Affordable Mixed-Use Neighborhood (Denverite)
  • No One Knows How Much Taxpayer Money RTD is Spending on Lawyers (9News)
  • 303 Magazine Explores the Multi-Modal Streetscape Plan Coming to Colfax in the Near Future
  • Public Art Study Found that More Accurate Bus/Train Schedules can Improve Altruism in Riders (KUNC)
  • Traffic Safety is CO Springs Police Chief’s Main Focus for His Last Few Months on the Job (Gazette)
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  • Thursday: Join us for the Streetsblog Meet the Editor event + the Denver Streets Partnership for a holiday happy hour. Click here for free tickets. It’s an off-the-record mixer for mobility advocates, city staff and our transportation media friends.

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Monday’s Headlines

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  • RTD Hosting Public Meeting This Week (Dec 6) on Boulder-Longmont Rapid Transit (Patch)
  • … And the Funds for the Project are OK’d and Good to Go (DailyCamera)
  • Gov. John Hickenlooper Gives Jared Polis a Lengthy To-Do List, Including Reducing Traffic on I-70 and I-25 “By a Few Minutes” (SUN)
  • City Says There Are Enough Public Restrooms in Denver, Poop on the Streets Says Otherwise (Denver7)
  • CDOT Using a Nifty Bi-Oculars to Help Trigger Snowslides and Get Drivers to the Mountains Quicker (Oh, and Reduce Their Road Rage) (5280)
  • The Hornet, a Restaurant/Bar on South Broadway, Was Just Crashed into for the Third Time This Year (9News)
  • Some Cool History on Denver’s Streets and Their Names (CPR)
  • CDOT Struggling to Keep Up With Snow Plowing due to Shortage of Employees (CBS4)
  • How Denver’s New Office Spaces are Connected with Those Experiencing Homelessness and Living on the Streets (Denver VOICE)
  • Texting, Driving, and the Conflicting Opinions of Coloradans (Westword)
  • An Intro Guide to Fat Tires, and No, They’re Not Talking About the Beer (DenPo)
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  • Thursday: Join us for the Streetsblog Meet the Editor event + the Denver Streets Partnership for a holiday happy hour. Click here for free tickets. It’s an off-the-record mixer for mobility advocates, city staff and our transportation media friends.

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Friday’s Headlines

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  • Motorist Hit and Injured Elderly Woman on Federal, Westminster Police Says Woman Was at Fault (DenPo)
  • Feds Threaten RTD to Shut Down A-Line to DIA Over Crossing Gate Problems (CPR)
  • Mayor Hancock Working on a Deal for Denver’s Urban Transportation Needs (Denverite)
  • Colorado Got a D Rating for Drivers in School Zones, Not Good (Denver7)
  • Denver is on Pace to Meet its Climate Goal of Lowering Dirty Air Particles, Mainly Because of Declines in Building Emissions, Not Cars (Denverite)
  • VW Settlement Money (10 Million) is Funding Colorado With Electric-Vehicle Charging Stations (DBJ)
  • United Airlines is Adding a Nonstop Flight From Denver to Frankfurt (CBS4)
  • Historic Pikes Peak Cog Railway Set to Reopen in 2021 (DenPo)

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