Will Covid-19 make urban cycling more inclusive?

Cycling has flourished during Covid-19. Many people nervous about public transport or making greater use of their local areas have been getting around on two (or three) wheels. In the UK, some cycle shops have found it hard to keep up with…

Transit Ridership Is Shifting Constantly During the Pandemic. Here’s How the MBTA Keeps Up

Before COVID-19 struck, Boston’s MBTA changed its bus schedules four times a year. But since the pandemic began, the MBTA has accelerated this process, changing schedules four times since March in response to constantly shifting travel patterns.…

CCDC - Honoring 30 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act

On Sunday, July 26th, 2020, CCDC presented a virtual event in honor of the 30th anniversary of the ADA and CCDC’s 30th birthday.  Included in that celebration was a short video produced by CCDC. Click the link below to view:

Denver Public Schools Will Extend Remote Learning Through Mid-October

Denver Public Schools will hold classes in the new school year remotely at least through Oct. 16, and district officials are still working with public health officials on a framework that would allow students to return to the classroom.
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Colorado Mobility Action Coalition (CMAC) - July 30th, 2020

Ann Rajewski from CASTA gave an update about the rollout of the statewide NEMT brokerage with IntelliRide. Members shared challenges encountered because of this transition. Some offered suggestions on how they were working with HCPF to address…

NCOA Secures $4.35 Million from Walmart Foundation

Arlington, VA (July 27, 2020) – Over the next two years, the National Council on Aging will connect 1.15 million eligible older adults to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), thanks to a $4.35 million grant from the Walmart…

GOP Relief Bill Gives Zero Dollars to Sustainable Transportation

Senate Republicans have released a new COVID-19 relief bill that allocates billions of dollars to air travel, but leaves zero dollars for the public transit systems that experts say are getting essential employees to work — and keeping our…

A hefty stretch of 13th Avenue is going on a diet and getting a high-comfort bike lane that stretches four neighborhoods

Thirteenth Avenue is an important connector of east and west Denver. But it’s not a safe, pleasant or fun place to ride a bike — unless you like cruising a bumpy industrial thoroughfare or riding pinned between a row of parked cars and a…
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July 28th - An Update from the VA

As of Friday, July 24, 2020 8:09 AM MDT The VA has a comprehensive plan in place to protect the health of everyone who receives care or works at one of our facilities. Using an abundance of caution, all VA medical facilities are implementing…