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Mar 20, 2018

Self-Driving Uber Car Kills Pedestrian in Arizona, Where Robots Roam

Arizona officials saw opportunity when Uber and other companies began testing driverless cars a few years ago. Promising to keep oversight light, they invited the companies to test their robotic vehicles on the state’s roads.

Mar 20, 2018

Denver Council, RTD consider plans to transform East Colfax

East Colfax Avenue has seen its up and downs. There are stretches of the corridor, also known as U.S. 40, that are regenerating, while others have maintained their charm. Long-term plans re-envision the entire five and a half-mile strip to a much more pedestrian-friendly destination.

Mar 20, 2018

Is something blocking a bike lane in Denver?

Bicycle Colorado Denver Director Piep van Heuven has been biking to work on a daily basis for about two years. In that time, she’s seen an increase in the kind of random things blocking bicycle lanes — a nuisance, but she usually takes a second to chat with the person responsible.

Mar 19, 2018

Airbnb to take over Denver lodging tax collections from hosts starting April 1

Come April 1, Denver Airbnb hosts no longer will be responsible for collecting city lodging taxes from their guests because the popular home-sharing website will do it for them. No fooling.

Mar 19, 2018

Denver sold bonds to reduce the human and financial costs of homelessness. The results so far are promising.

The two men and more than 250 more people — all homeless and high-frequency users of jail, detox and emergency departments at taxpayer expense — have been tracked down by Colorado Coalition for the Homeless and Mental Health Center of Denver outreach workers and given apartments through Denver’s social-impact bond program. About two years into the five-year program, researchers have noted a dramatic drop in jail days.

Mar 15, 2018

RTD’s Lincoln and County Line light rail stations will be closed for 9 days starting Friday night

The last two stations on RTD’s light-rail line to Lone Tree will be closed for nine straight days starting Friday night to allow for work on an extension of the line further south.

Mar 14, 2018

Denver Animal Protection Offers Free Rabies Vaccination Clinics March 13-24

Pet vaccinations are an essential part of ensuring the health and safety of your pet. As the number of rabid skunk cases found in Denver continues to increase, Denver Animal Protection (DAP) is offering extended, free rabies vaccination clinics March 13 - 24 to help ensure pets are protected.

Mar 14, 2018

RTD considers affordable fares for kids, low income riders

Here are the things to know about the proposed changes: The low-income program would offer a 40-percent discount, but only to riders with incomes at or below 185 percent of the federal poverty levels. Youth passes would reduce rates for teenage riders, aged 13 to 19, by 70 percent for residents. Kids under 12 would ride free as long as they are with a fare-paying rider.

Mar 14, 2018

Denver trails behind in the race for people-powered transportation

Denver was built for driving, say the city’s “active transportation” advocates. The idea that residents citywide should be able to commute to work, school or the grocery store simply by walking, biking or using public transportation, is just beginning to blossom in the Mile High City, particularly when comparing Denver to such pedestrian-friendly destinations as New York City or San Francisco.

Mar 13, 2018

Outstanding Community Volunteer Award Nominations

Each year, residents of Denver contribute vast amounts of effort to keep their neighborhoods and communities clean and beautiful. Denver wants to recognize and celebrate these efforts by reaching out to people like you who may know an individual or group that deserve the Outstanding Community Volunteer Award for the helpful contributions they make.

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