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.
On Saturday, armed with traffic cones, old car tires, some paint, and some planters, reps from the Athmar Park Neighborhood Association and WalkDenver dressed South Tejon Street with three (temporary) safety interventions.
A segment of Buchtel Boulevard near the Louisiana-Pearl light rail station is a little safer for people walking and biking thanks to some traffic-calming treatments installed by Denver Public Works earlier this summer.
Chris Jones aka Pickeled Entropy has done Denver a public service with an instructional (inspirational?) video that should ease some fears.
The public can listen in on the phone, and we'll livestream the event on Facebook.
Another week, another round of serious injuries for people just trying to move around the city on foot.
The fact that downtown parking spots are proliferating doesn't stop a columnist from saying otherwise.
Elected officials still have to vote on a new fare package. Constituents don't want them to pick it apart.