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May 24, 2018

Colorado hyperloop feasibility study reaches halfway point

The future of transportation is one step closer to becoming a reality in Colorado. The Colorado Department of Transportation and Virgin Hyperloop One have announced they are halfway through their feasibility study for the Rocky Mountain Hyperloop.

May 22, 2018

Denver wants your input to pick its next police chief

The City of Denver will host five meetings over the next few weeks to get feedback from the community about who the city's next police chief should be. This comes in the wake of Robert White's retirement announcement in late April.

May 21, 2018

Date and Locations Set for Police Chief Search Community Meetings

The dates and locations for four community meetings the city will host to gather community feedback on what residents expect of Denver’s next Police Chief have been announced.

May 21, 2018

In a First for Denver, Neighborhood Traffic Circles Coming to West Highland

Denver Public Works will finally install neighborhood traffic circles at three intersections on West 35th Avenue this July, three years after plans were first drawn up. This design is part of DPW’s plan to make 35th a “neighborhood bikeway” with calmer traffic. The traffic circles slow motorists at intersections but still allow cyclists to proceed without coming to a stop.

May 21, 2018

Colorado Coalition seeking sales tax hike to pay for transportation

A coalition of Colorado business groups and civic leaders on Friday announced it will collect signatures to try to ask voters in November for a 0.62 percent sales tax increase that would raise money for the state’s billions of dollars in infrastructure needs.

May 18, 2018

Where Democratic Candidates for Governor of Colorado Stand on Transportation

If Denver’s going to give its residents the freedom to live life without being tethered to a car, it will take bold policies from electeds at the municipal level. But the Colorado Department of Transportation — and its boss, the governor — affects the city too. Just look at the state-sponsored ramming of a wider I-70 through north Denver neighborhoods and the unparalleled danger of state highways that double as urban, people-filled streets.

May 18, 2018

Major street repaving project leads to detours, delays in downtown Denver

A major street repaving project is underway in downtown Denver. The project will last through the summer and will lead to detours and delays. In all, 100 blocks in downtown are being repaved. It's the largest repaving project in the area in 15 years.

May 18, 2018

You’ve got four chances to weigh in on Denver’s search for a new police chief

Although a lot of people have a lot of feelings about Police Chief Robert White, it’s hard to disagree on one thing about his looming retirement: Denver’s going to need a new police chief. Hancock said in a press release that he wants community input to be a factor in how the final round of candidates is selected in the search for Denver’s next police chief. He announced times and locations for four meetings to gather that input

May 18, 2018

Is Denver a bikeable city?

Is Denver a bikeable city? A new report says Denver is the 4th best bikeable large city.

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