A city that has pledged itself to Vision Zero should make these obvious improvements rather than waiting to sacrifice more lives on the alter of motorist convenience.
If rural Coloradans can count on CDOT and local governments to keep their pedestrians safe, Denverites should be able to do the same.
Like Shanghai, Denver has a long way to go in creating infrastructure that provides equitable and safe access for bikes.
We are already charged indirectly for "free" parking. Why not charge indirectly for public transit instead?
The status quo is imbalance, so when you hear people preaching "balance," ask them what a car and a bicycle look like on a see-saw — because that’s how our streets are balanced right now.
Before Board members vote on the package (likely this fall), RTD will hold eight meetings -- three in Denver -- where the public an show support for the changes, which include an income-based discount.