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Feb 16, 2018

Lawmakers Block Bid by Stephen Humphrey, Tim Neville to Make Colorado Streets Deadlier

In an 8 to 4 vote yesterday, the House Transportation and Energy Committee rejected a bill that would have banned speed cameras and red light cameras statewide. Police officers, residents, and advocates — 19 people all told — spoke against HB 1072. One person, a rep from the American Civil Liberties Union, spoke in favor of the bill, which was sponsored by Representative Stephen Humphrey and Senator Tim Neville, both Republicans.

Feb 16, 2018

Costly human flaggers along RTD’s A-Line don’t make crossings safer, experts testify in hearing crucial to opening of G-Line

Flaggers positioned at crossings along the University of Colorado A-Line for nearly two years — at a cost estimated in the tens of millions of dollars — are no longer needed and should be removed, several experts testified at a state hearing Thursday.

Feb 16, 2018

DIA does not track Uber and Lyft rides, opening risk of losing revenue, Denver auditor warns

Denver International Airport needs to start tracking Uber and Lyft rather than relying on the two companies to report how much business they are doing at the airport, Denver auditor Tim O’Brien warned.

Feb 15, 2018

Denver Metro Chamber Will Pitch Ballot Measures to Fund Colorado Transportation

A coalition led by the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce will file language next week for three ballot measures that would raise money for transportation projects by increasing the state sales tax, Chamber President and CEO Kelly Brough said Tuesday.

Feb 15, 2018

Denver claims people are obeying Airbnb rules like crazy

Early in 2017, Denver asked people to get a license before renting out their homes on Airbnb and other services. A year later, city officials say they’ve been unusually successful in laying down the law. The city claims that nearly 2,300 people now have a short-term rental license, compared to about 3,200 active listings.

Feb 12, 2018

Why the corner of Colfax and Broadway is vacant after a $31 million RTD bus station renovation

The Regional Transportation District in December wrapped up a $31 million overhaul of the formerly dark and leaky Civic Center Station. The new station has drawn some criticism — mainly about a lack of comfortable places to sit — but one thing is sure to stand out to people, even if they’re not catching a bus: The land south of the station is vacant, covered in a layer of fine-crushed rock.

Feb 12, 2018

Denver is about to let RiNo developers build higher if they chip in affordable housing

New buildings in and near the burgeoning River North Art District northeast of downtown Denver soon could rise 16 stories in places under a long-in-the-works height incentives proposal that’s up for approval Monday by the City Council.

Feb 12, 2018

Water main and service line replacement project on 3rd Avenue

A water main and service line replacement project is scheduled to begin on Wednesday, February 14 on 3rd Avenue from Elm Street to Grape Street. Denver Water anticipates the project will take about one month to complete. Parking restrictions will be in effect from 7 am to 5:30 pm Monday through Friday, unless otherwise noted.

Feb 05, 2018

Shared Mobility Principles for Livable Cities

The pace of technology-driven innovation from the private sector in shared transportation services, vehicles, and networks is rapid, accelerating, and filled with opportunity. At the same time, city streets are a finite and scarce resource. These principles, produced by a working group of international NGOs, are designed to guide urban decision-makers and stakeholders toward the best outcomes for all.

Feb 05, 2018

Uber, Lyft, and 13 Other Companies Join Forces to Promote 'Livable Cities'

Zipcar co-founder Robin Chase is spearheading an initiative to promote a unified framework for the future of mobility and the impending arrival of autonomous vehicles. Today, 15 leading transport and tech companies have pledged to abide by her 10 "shared mobility principles for livable cities"--including competitors Uber, Lyft, and Beijing-based Didi Chuxing. Together, these companies are responsible for 77 million passenger trips per day.

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