A Master List of Virtual Denver Events

As the stay-at-home order continues, monotony ensues. 303 Magazine has created a master list of virtual events that will keep you active and connected. The list is ongoing, updating regularly with new virtual events to keep things fresh.

A show of gratitude and support for Denver's first responders and medical personnel

Denver, CO –  Mayor Michael B. Hancock has directed Denver’s City and County Building be lit in red and white lights as a show of gratitude and support for our first responders and medical personnel. Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen will…

‘Everybody is doing their darnedest’: Here’s what Denver’s first day of remote learning looked like

Tuesday was supposed to be Denver’s 138th day of school this year. But in a lot of ways, educators said it felt like the first day all over again.

Coronavirus Reveals Transit’s True Mission

As health authorities tell us to stay at home and to maintain a six-foot distance from one another, public transit ridership has understandably collapsed. A TransitApp analysis suggests that this collapse has now stabilized around 70% below…

How Transit Advocates Are Mobilizing for Riders and Workers in Response to COVID-19

While white collar workers can do their jobs from the comfort of home during the COVID-19 crisis, millions of essential workers continue to rely on transit to reach jobs providing medical care, food, and other necessities. The bus and train…

April 8th - VA extends financial, benefits and claims relief to Veterans

WASHINGTON - The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced, April 3, a number of actions to provide Veterans with financial, benefits and claims help amid VA's COVID-19 response.

Denver RTD’s LiVE Program provides income-based fares for those in need during difficult times

The Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) says its encouraging riders seeking an income-based discount on regular fares to apply for RTD’s LiVE Program.

Denver extends stay at home order, city continues outreach and enforcement

DENVER – Effective immediately, Mayor Michael B. Hancock is extending the City and County of Denver’s Stay at Home Public Health Order until April 30, 2020. The city is also extending its ban on mass gatherings through April 30 and will…

Some Denver streets will close to cars, giving people who walk and bike more elbow room during the coronavirus pandemic

Parts of Denver are about to go back to the days when people congregated and played in the streets before cars dominated them. Except… no congregating and no playing.

April 3rd - RTD Update to COVID-19 Pandemic

*From RTD newsletter For the safety of their employees and riders, and in response to the rapidly changing spread of COVID-19, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) is making some notable operational changes starting Sunday, April 5. Beginning…