Transportation - News

WalkDenver and Denver Vision Zero Coalition are having a pretty good year, so far. Recently, the nonprofit WalkDenver named Jill Locantore, its previous Associate Director, as Executive Director. She succeeds Gosia Kung, who stepped down in... more

Local Headlines

Even though bicycle components and pieces are not accepted in Denver’s purple recycling carts, Denver does have plenty of options when it comes to reducing, reusing and recycling bicycles and cycling equipment. Below are a few recycling tips for... more

Government News

Denver is a great place to live, but getting around town and finding parking is becoming increasingly difficult in certain areas. With the hope of easing congestion, two free shuttle services recently launched in Cherry Creek and on Broadway, both... more

South Denver Business News

Were you hoping the renovated Civic Center Station would open this July? Relax. It’s going to be a while. “18 months is the time frame,” said Scott Reed, Regional Transportation District’s (RTD) Assistant General Manager, Communications. more

Neighborhood News and Notes

In 1998, increased congestion on I-25 was identified as one of the main reasons for building a light-rail line that would run from the existing Broadway station south to Lincoln Avenue in Douglas County. Paul Kashmann, then editor of... more

Government News

“Bicycle bicycle, bicycle. I want to ride my bicycle bicycle, bicycle, I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride my bike, I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride it where I like!” squealed Freddy Mercury and Queen in 1981. You remember Queen... more

Capitol Opinion

Big changes are coming to on-street parking on the densest part of Capitol Hill. They are the culmination of collaboration among residents, businesses and the city’s Parking Operations planners. A letter outlining the changes and requesting... more

Government News

I have always supported reducing air pollution as it has negative impacts for everyone who lives in the region, but especially on people living near roads and highways. Vehicles with no tailpipe emissions offer a tremendous opportunity... more

Government News

Converting the Highline Canal from a water utility to a recreational and environmental amenity is a big job. To pull it off, Denver Water, the canal’s owner, has teamed with the Highline Canal Conservancy... more

Government News

Cherry Creek Shopping Center (CCSC) will begin charging for parking in mid-January and has invested in a state-of-the-art Smart Parking system to make the transition easier. The change is in response to increased demand for parking... more

South Denver Business News

Traffic’s now moving both directions on Broadway—at least bikes are. more

Cap Hill Business News

B-cycle Reliability

2014 Denver Bicycle Annual Report

Last year saw more than 377,000 trips and covered an estimated 800,000 miles. more

South Denver Business News