Allen Cowgill is a Denver advocate focused on safer streets and sustainable transportation. He is a member of the Denver Bicycle Lobby and is on Twitter at @AllenCowgill. Did you ever walk through Commons Park about 5 or 10 years ago before they put up the fence to keep people from walking on the grass? […]
We will be taking tomorrow off in commemoration of Juneteenth. Here’s some brief history on the holiday, one of the most important anniversaries in U.S. history. Denver, RTD, and the Metro Area GoFundMe set up for 11-year-old boy hit and dragged by SUV Caleb Ingelhart was struck by a drunk driver last Thursday (KDVR) RTD’s […]
Denver, RTD, and the Metro Area Police Investigating Fatal Hit and Run in Denver (Denver Gazette) Pedestrian injured in car crash on Tremont Ave near Park Ave (Burg Simpson) Civic Center Park is…a little lost. Here’s how you can guide it into a new future. (Denverite) Thornton officer seriously injured in crash (9 News) Motorcyclist […]
The next baseline infrastructure bill can no longer ignore the need for common-sense vehicle safety improvements that save vulnerable road users’ lives, a coalition of advocates and lawmakers said on Tuesday.
In 2017 Buffalo, New York, became the first U.S. city to stop requiring development projects to include at least a minimum amount of parking. Here's what happened next.
Today: Join the Denver Streets Partnership for a Ride and Walk of Silence Memorial online and at Civic Center Park to remember victims of traffic violence on Denver’s streets. We’ll be taking some time off for vacation over the next couple of weeks! Expect sporadic updates through mid-June, when we’ll return with your daily dose […]