Janette Sadik-Khan, who will be the keynote speaker at Bicycle Colorado’s Moving People Forward conference tomorrow, transformed New York’s streets with dramatic pedestrian improvements, 400 miles of new bike lanes and the repurposing of 60 asphalt plazas into park-like places when she was the New York City transportation commissioner under former Mayor Mike Bloomberg. In […]
As Denver plans for the next 20 years, advocates for livable streets would like to see Denver design more streets for pedestrians, bikes and transit—like the 16th Street Mall. Photo: RTD.
The Denver City Council will vote on a bill Wednesday to correct an outdated law that requires electric scooters to operate on sidewalks. The new mobility devices, which first appeared on Denver’s streets this spring, are a good thing for Denver — and you should ask your representative legalize them in bike lanes and on city streets.
Construction companies often block sidewalks and bike lanes, pushing people into traffic where they are at risk of being hit by a car. A mobile website now lets you report these situations—and help change the city's policy.