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.
A guest post from a Streetsblog reader about the perils of riding a bike on 15th Street.
The 11th-hour opposition campaign seeks to stop a project supported by 75 percent of neighborhood residents just three years ago.
From the looks of things, the Brighton Boulevard redesign has at least several weeks to go. By all means, enjoy the block party at 35th and Brighton after the grip-and-grin — local businesses have endured 20 months of construction and could use the foot traffic — but you may want to adjust your expectations.
Motorists killed one person and seriously injured six between June 11 and June 17, according to the Denver Police Department.
Streetsblog readers from all over the country hijacked CDOT's #SafetyStartsWithAllOfUs hashtag on Twitter, overwhelming the stale, refuted message that people walking and biking somehow bear the same responsibility on public as people operating multi-ton killing machines while surfing the internet.
Uninvited, yes, but electric scooters are popular and seem to align with the city's goals — and could work well if properly regulated.