David cut his teeth covering transportation, development, politics, education, and art in D.C. He's covered sustainable transportation for Streetsblog since 2015 and has lived in Denver's Cheesman Park neighborhood since 2012.
To track the extent of crashes and injuries, Streetsblog is launching a weekly traffic violence report.
Denver Public Works repurposes a car lane for people on bikes. Grant and Logan streets will go two-way later this spring.
Denver’s transportation system should work equally well for everybody, but it doesn’t. And one of those inequalities breaks along gender lines. Women bike to work less than men in Denver. “Walkability” has a different meaning for women than it does for men, according to researchers at Stanford. And waiting for a bus can be a different […]
On Friday, local ABC affiliate Denver7 aired a news segment about the effect of growth on the downtown parking supply. The gist of the story was this: Useful buildings are supplanting surface parking lots, and that means fewer places to park cars. If only!
Yesterday Streetsblog reported that the Regional Transportation District and Denver Public Works will speed up buses on six streets by giving them more green lights as they approach intersections. Make that seven.
Federal Boulevard and West Colfax Avenue are among the corridors destined for better transit.
Denver Public Works converted a block of Cherokee Street from a one-way speedway into a two-way street Tuesday, meaning the entire length of Cherokee now carries traffic both ways downtown.