In 2017, LADOT has installed more than 60 Leading Pedestrian Intervals on Vision Zero priority intersections, with many more planned in 2018
The auto industry probably loves Colorado’s enthusiastic embrace of automated vehicles. But if decision-makers bet on robo-cars as a transportation panacea, to the exclusion of proven urban transportation solutions, they risk repeating past mistakes that hollowed out urban centers and deepened our dependence on cars. We can make our city streets safer and more efficient today […]
In an 11 to 1 vote, the council allowed for walkable housing development mixed with offices and retail, all while scrapping parking requirements within a half-mile of the train stop.
The Vision Zero Coalition wants to make sure Denver Public Works doesn't water down the walking and biking improvements planned for Washington Street in Globeville, which will be reconstructed -- and like so many other Denver street projects, widened -- as part of the bond package voters approved in November.