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Jul 31, 2018

New sidewalk inspections start soon in central Denver

Denver Public Works in coming weeks will begin ordering central Denver property owners to fix adjoining sidewalks that are crumbling, uneven or otherwise substandard.

Jul 31, 2018

Denver voters will decide whether to make the petition threshold for initiatives more predictable — and higher than it is now

A ballot question referred to Denver voters in November by the City Council aims to standardize the petition threshold for initiatives, but it also would have the immediate effect of raising the requirement.

Jul 31, 2018

Construction of the Central 70 Project begins this week

After years of planning, hundreds of hours of community input and several lawsuits aimed at stopping the Colorado Department of Transportation’s plan to lower and cover part of I-70 with a park, Denver’s first major freeway project in 15 years will begin this week.

Jul 31, 2018

New Denver police chief Paul Pazen wants the department to become more progressive

As new Denver Police Department Chief Paul Pazen makes his introductory speeches across the city, he throws out buzzwords to describe his policing philosophy. Innovation. Collaboration. Social harms. Precision policing.

Jul 30, 2018

Denver’s most popular Lyft destinations this summer include concert venues, bars

What are the hottest destinations in the Denver area this summer? Well, according to Lyft, the city has become a playground for sports fans and festival goers.

Jul 30, 2018

I-70 overhaul: What you need to know

Commuters who rely on Interstate 70 northeast of downtown Denver are still two years from the most jarring moment of the highway’s $1.2 billion expansion project.

Jul 30, 2018

Airbnb data startup checks out of coworking; leases in LoDo

AirDNA, which sells data on the short term rental market, is checking out of its Platte St. Galvanize office of two years. In August the startup will move into a LoDo office four times the size at 1523 15th St. as it prepares to nearly double its Denver staff in the next six months.

Jul 30, 2018

Electric scooters return to Denver streets under new plan with 8 companies

Electric scooters will be back on the streets of Denver on Friday after the city reached agreement with companies after a lot of drama the past two months.

Jul 30, 2018

Denver freezes road widening of Quebec Street

The city of Denver has suspended a plan to widen Quebec Street in the eastern part of the city. Denver Public Works has for years studied a plan to remake the project. Among the major possibilities: widening the street, adding amenities for bikes and potentially adding bus lanes. But the project is on hold now because there’s not enough money, according to city staff.

Jul 30, 2018

RTD rolls out rules for dockless bikes and scooters

Denver’s Regional Transportation District released its dockless bike and scooter rules Friday after Denver approved permits for five dockless scooter and two dockless bike companies earlier this week.

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