My time heading this organization has been intensely rewarding, and I'll be sad to leave when I do. Stay tuned for a sappy goodbye post. For now I'd like to focus on finding the right person to write the next chapter of Streetsblog Denver.
Protected bike lanes. Protected intersections. They're all included in the draft version of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials' new engineering manual.
RTD Is Getting Sued by Its Private Rail Contractor, Denver Transit Partners, Over Cost of Faulty Crossing Gates (CPR, DenPo) …And Also by a Rider Who Owns a Service Dog (CBS4) CDOT’s Bottomless Stomach for Highway Expansions Means Toll Lanes for Drivers (ABC7) Fort Collins Bike to Work Day Numbers Fell This Year (Coloradoan) National […]
A three-month demonstration will add 4 miles of protected bike lanes connecting bike facilities across the center city.
For the last 16 years or so, Denver’s neighborhoods and streets have been shaped by “Blueprint Denver,” a planning document meant to manage growth without overwhelming city streets with cars. That hasn’t happened — the vast majority of Denverites drive — but cities are messy and don’t come with an IKEA manual. This summer the […]
This week we're talking about Denver's Union Station project.