Motorists killed one person and seriously injured six between June 11 and June 17, according to the Denver Police Department.
A 15-mile highway extension would bring sprawl to the edge of the Everglades and drain resources that could be used for transit.
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The rules are still in development, but the city says companies will be able to apply for permits on June 29.
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Streetsblog readers from all over the country hijacked CDOT's #SafetyStartsWithAllOfUs hashtag on Twitter, overwhelming the stale, refuted message that people walking and biking somehow bear the same responsibility on public as people operating multi-ton killing machines while surfing the internet.