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Mar 28, 2019

Pothole season is back, Denver. Here’s what to do if you see one.

Proof of the potholes is in the pavement. As warmer temperatures arrive in Denver and melting snow and ice seep into cracks in pavement, drivers are left to dodge potholes. Or, at least try. And, when they feel that jolting bump, their cars sometimes lose out.

Mar 28, 2019

RTD to renovate 37 bus stops along East Colfax route

The Regional Transportation District announced on Wednesday they would renovate 37 bus stops between Broadway in Denver and Interstate 225 in Aurora along the East Colfax Limited route.

Mar 27, 2019

Denver votes to remove taxes from tampons, pads

The Denver City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday night to remove a local sales tax on feminine products sold within the city. The 'tampon tax' bill will get rid of the city’s 4.3 percent tax on products like tampons and pads. Consumers will still be required to pay state taxes on feminine hygiene products.

Mar 27, 2019

Volunteers Hoping To Take ‘Terrifying’ Aspect Out Of Biking In Denver

Denver has implemented some bike lanes around the city, but many are on popular streets with high traffic and that can create high stress for cyclists.

Mar 27, 2019

Here's how a pay-as-you-throw trash collection program would work

Mayor Michael Hancock recently said he was planning to revive an idea to charge a monthly fee for trash collection in Denver.

Mar 27, 2019

Denver City Council votes to eliminate 'tampon tax' on feminine hygiene products

In a unanimous vote Tuesday night, the Denver City Council passed a measure that eliminates sales and use tax for feminine hygiene products purchased in the city of Denver.

Mar 26, 2019

Denver survey shows concerns, but overall support for electric scooters

Electric scooters have been on the streets of Denver for less than a year, but Public Works is already looking into where they'll go from here. Over a two-week period in January, more than 2,000 people filled out an online survey, asking various questions about the dockless scooters.

Mar 26, 2019

Denver planning “pay-as-you-throw” trash fee, Mayor Hancock says

Denver is preparing to launch a “pay-as-you-throw” trash collection program, Mayor Michael Hancock announced at an elections forum Thursday, reviving an idea that was discussed his first year in office.

Mar 22, 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.

Mar 22, 2019

Uber adds rental service Getaround for Denver drivers

With the Uber app in Denver, you can reserve an electric bike, order food delivery, buy a bus ticket, get a ride; and now drivers have access to rideshare vehicles.

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