Denver Public Works is chipping away at a safer Morrison Road, arguably Westwood's main street.
For the cost of widening 56th Avenue for three miles, the city could build 67 miles of protected bike lanes and 90 miles of sidewalks. Oh well.
Denver is now home to three “high-intensity activated crosswalk beacons,” or HAWK signals, to make crossing safer for pedestrians. More are on the way. The first, installed by Colorado DOT at I-70 and Pecos Street, has been around awhile. The two newest ones are in denser residential and commercial areas, both in Stapleton — at […]
It's unfortunate that building basic walking infrastructure like sidewalks — on city-owned property nonetheless — constitutes news. But that's just where Denver is right now.
Construction on Mar Vista’s Venice Boulevard Great Streets makeover is not quite complete, but new protected bike lanes and pedestrian crossings are already in use. The improvements extend 0.8-miles along Venice Boulevard from Inglewood Boulevard to Beethoven Street in the City of Los Angeles’ Mar Vista neighborhood. This stretch of Venice Blvd was included at the […]