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Oct 4, 2018

Mayor Hancock, Commissions Honor Individuals and Groups that Bring Denver Together and Serve Others

Mayor Michael B. Hancock and members of his community commissions last night honored 10 individuals and organizations with 2018 Mayor’s Diversity and Inclusion Awards at an event themed “Confluence-Connection-Continuance” hosted by the Denver American Indian Commission.

Oct 4, 2018

Community Ideas Wanted As Denver Keeps Working To Reduce Traffic Deaths

Dozens of people are killed on Denver roadways every year. Denver’s Vision Zero program aims to eventually bring the number traffic deaths down to 0.

Oct 4, 2018

Study: Uber and Lyft may be making traffic worse in the Denver metro area

A study led by CU Denver Ph.D. graduate said Uber and Lyft are contributing to traffic congestion in the Denver metro area. According to the study, 83 percent of riders would have taken public transit, walked, or bicycled had the rideshare companies not been available.

Oct 4, 2018

Denver’s fleet of scooters reaches 1,400 as another company enters the fray

A fourth company deployed 350 new electric scooters on Denver streets over the past two days as city officials work to educate users on safe use of the still-growing fleet.

Oct 4, 2018

Historic Sundial Restored In Denver Park

Here comes the sundial. Denver's Cranmer Park neighbors, politicians and staffers from Denver Parks and Recreation celebrated Wednesday as the $2 million restoration of the park's red sandstone terrace and six-foot sundial in the park was officially complete. The plaza has been closed since November, 2017.



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