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Sep 10, 2018

Eardrums get a break: G Line to test during daytime only

RTD has come to an agreement with Denver Transit Partners to test the train daily between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. to ease the noise concerns.

Sep 10, 2018

More than 20 job fairs, free training and employment events slated for September in Denver

The Denver Office of Economic Development will play host to more than 20 job fairs, free training and workshops in September to help area job seekers find new career opportunities. The series of events are part of Workforce Development Month.

Sep 10, 2018

Colorado voters’ transportation options, broken down

Colorado voters’ choice between two wildly differing transportation-funding initiatives this fall could effectively settle a longstanding debate over how to address one of the biggest challenges posed by the state’s explosive growth.

Sep 10, 2018

Denver’s new Lyft partnership will make it easier to catch a ride home from Red Rocks, DPAC and more popular venues

The city of Denver is teaming up with Lyft to make it easier for the growing crowds at Red Rocks, the Denver Performing Arts Complex and other popular venues around town to find their rides once the show is over.

Sep 10, 2018

Two new security lanes at DIA give travelers a taste of the future

The best glimpse of the terminal’s future at Denver International Airport isn’t behind construction walls but in two new security lanes unveiled Friday for travelers.

Sep 10, 2018

4 downtown Denver light rail lines to close for 10 days for major renovations

The Regional Transportation District will be doing repairs to its downtown Denver light rail network, necessitating the shutdown of four of those lines for 10 days starting Friday evening.

Sep 04, 2018

Denver trying its own transit service from Cherry Creek to Capitol Hill with Chariot van line

s the Regional Transportation District considers cutting back bus service, the city of Denver will try providing its own transportation service. City government will pay $250,000 to launch a van-based service between the Cherry Creek Shopping Center and the downtown area. It’s the first local example of “micro transit,” and it may be a solution, organizers say, to employment and parking problems in the fast-developing shopping area.

Aug 31, 2018

Denver Dog Park Master Plan: 2018 Technical Update

Denver Parks & Recreation (DPR) is in the process of implementing a technical update to its current Dog Park Master Plan, which was completed in 2010.

Aug 31, 2018

Denver DA Citizens Academy

The Denver District Attorney’s Office is launching the revival of its Citizens Academy program to provide ongoing practical information to the citizens of Denver regarding the criminal justice system.

Aug 31, 2018

Things You Might Not Know About Denver Solid Waste Management

In Denver, trash, recycling, and compost collection are provided to single family homes by Denver Public Works’ Solid Waste Management Division. Most Denver residents are aware of the cart-based services available to them, but they are often not aware of some of the other great services and resources provided included hazardous waste collection, Keep Denver Beautiful program, electronics and appliance recycling, and others.

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