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Apr 9, 2019

Denver nudges out Colorado Springs on U.S. News’ Best Places list, taking back state’s top spot

Denver has reclaimed the second spot, while Colorado Springs dropped to third in the latest ranking. Both continue chasing Austin, which remains the defending champion among the nation’s 125 most populated metros.

Apr 9, 2019

First weekend closure of I-70 through Denver set as project nears 20 percent completion

This weekend will bring the first major closure of Interstate 70 through northeast Denver — the first of four full-weekend shutdowns allowed during the $1.2 billion expansion of the freeway.

Apr 9, 2019

I-70 to close completely between Colorado Boulevard and I-270 this weekend

As CDOT’s massive revamp of Interstate 70 continues to pick up steam, the agency will close the highway completely between Colorado Boulevard and Interstate 270 from 10 p.m. Friday, April 12, to 5 a.m. Monday morning.

Apr 3, 2019

RTD’s G Line opening date set for April 26, when it will finally connect Denver, Arvada and Wheat Ridge

After well over two years since its scheduled launch, the Regional Transportation District’s delayed G Line between Denver and Arvada finally has an opening date. The commuter rail line will start operating on Friday, April 26.

Apr 3, 2019

Mayor Michael Hancock pitches November vote on new Denver department promoting “transportation equity”

Denver voters this November could get a say in renaming the city’s public works department as part of a long-coming revamp that is putting more emphasis on boosting transit and other mobility options.

Apr 2, 2019

RTD: Long-delayed G-Line from Denver to Wheat Ridge will open April 26

Denver residents who have waited more than two years to ride a train to the northwest side of the metro area can plan to hop on the G-Line by the end of the month.

Apr 2, 2019

How rating everything from your Uber driver to your Airbnb host has become a nightmare

During a recent stay at an Airbnb in Brazil, my host invited me to eat a traditional local snack of pão de queijo and have tea. It was a lovely gesture, but it was 10 p.m. and I had arrived from an 18-hour bus ride through the countryside earlier that day.

Apr 1, 2019

Denver Public Art calls for qualified Colorado artists

The City and County of Denver is pleased to announce calls for qualifications for three new Denver Public Art commissions. The calls for qualifications are for new art projects at the Hadley Branch Public Library, High Line Canal Trail underpass at Colorado Blvd and Hampden Ave, and the Denver Emergency Homeless Shelter.

Apr 1, 2019

Denver Makes Bagged Compost Available at Ace Hardware Stores

Closing the compost cycle just got easier in Denver! Denver Public Works is partnering with A1 Organics and Ace Hardware to help people put organic material collected through the Denver Composts program to a better use this spring, so their gardens can thrive. Bags of Denver’s Own EcoGro™ Compost are available at metro-area Ace Hardware stores for $6.99 per bag.

Apr 1, 2019

Elevate Denver Bond Program Proposes Second Debt Issuance

Denver Health and Hospital Authority and the city’s cultural facilities will see an influx of nearly $82 million from the Elevate Denver Bond Program through the second debt issuance approved by City Council’s Finance and Governance committee last month.

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