Award-Winning disability doc "CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion" makes its' TV debut!

CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion, the groundbreaking documentary about the history of disability inclusion in media starring Marlee Matlin, Jamie Foxx, Geena Davis, Danny Woodburn, Jane Seymour, and Daryl Mitchell, among others, is making…

CDOT Is Close To Buying An Old Train Yard Near Downtown Denver That Would Open Up Big Transportation Possibilities

The Colorado Department of Transportation says it's close to purchasing a 61-acre plot of land just south of downtown that leaders say would be "transformative" for the city. Union Pacific's historic Burnham Yard, sandwiched between Interstate…

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Mayor Continues Transportation & Climate Investments in Tightened 2020 Budget

enver will continue investing in its goals around transportation and the climate crisis under the mayor’s 2020 budget proposal, which he revealed this morning at a press conference. But the $1.49 billion operating budget, which is a 2 percent…

Getting Around The Metro Area Using RTD, Rideshare And Scooters Just Got A Little More Convenient

People who use RTD, rideshares like Lyft or Uber and even bikeshares and scooters will be able to plan and pay for a trip using one app called Transit. RTD announced riders could begin purchasing tickets within that app on Monday. It’s…

RTD, Transit and Masabi today launch Transit in-app ticketing in Denver metro region

DENVER (Sept. 9, 2019) – Starting today, the more than 35,000 people who use Transit every month across the Denver metro area will be able to purchase and activate Regional Transportation District (RTD) tickets within the company’s mobile…

Uber and Lyft have made Denver a testing ground

Considering how vehicles bearing the businesses’ distinctive logos seem to be everywhere in Denver these days, it’s almost hard to believe ride-hailing services Lyft and Uber only got started in the Mile High City six years ago. The competitors…

CDOT wants you to gaze into the eyes of drivers so they don’t hit you while crossing the street

If you’re one of those people who tends to cross the street, the Colorado Department of Transportation would like you to make eye contact with drivers to decrease the chances of them running you over. Actors with giant eyeball masks repeatedly…

Colorado voters to decide on transportation funding question

Voters in Colorado will decide this fall whether to permit the state to keep more of their money to help with transportation and education costs. Proposition CC would permit excess revenues that now are refunded to taxpayers to instead be…