We Need More Data on Walking During COVID-19

The data we've got aren't painting the full picture — and we need more of it to help shape good policy.

April 29th - Their trip to Russia is delayed by pandemic. But veterans from Denver charity still remember when US & Soviet forces fought side by side

DENVER (KDVR) – A group of World War II veterans was about to embark on a long-planned trip to Russia, celebrating the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. Unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic has delayed the party.

Memory Lane: What Traffic Looked Like in Denver More Than a Century Ago

Take a ride through Denver’s traffic snarls over the decades.

HCPF Disability Community Webinar - April 24th

Julie Reiskin – Executive Director, CCDC CCDC will always fight to maintain Medicaid services, and has made recommendations to HCPF about not making cuts to Medicaid services for people with disabilities, use the budget  absolutely NOT…

Denver Streets Partnership says residents wants more ‘open streets’ amid COVID-19 crisis

More than a thousand Denver residents desire more space for outdoor activities while having to maintain physical distancing, a new Denver Streets Partnership survey found.

How U.S. Public Transit Can Survive Coronavirus

Subway and bus systems in the U.S. face financial peril as ridership collapses due to lockdowns. To keep transit alive, here’s a playbook for immediate and long-term fixes.

Colorado Will Shift From Stay-At-Home To Safe-At-Home. Here’s What That Looks Like As The State Slowly Reopens

Gov. Jared Polis released guidance on Sunday, April 26, for reopening just before the statewide stay-at-home order lifts. Read more here.

For everyone’s safety, RTD asks all riders to wear a face covering

*Information from an RTD news release: DENVER (April 24, 2020) – In accordance with Gov. Jared Polis’s recent order that everyone wear a mask or face covering when out in public, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) is calling on…