Who’s left riding public transit? Hint: it’s not white people.

Millions continue to ride buses and trains. We surveyed them: of course they’re essential workers. They’re also mostly female, people of colour, and poorly paid.

Is Denver open? Yes and no. Here’s what to know.

Your Very Big Guide to when things will reopen in these pandemic times. If you feel like every day you lose more of your grip on reality and things you could otherwise control, I feel you. Approaching what will be the weirdest summer any of…
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Four Signs This Might Be Micromobility’s Big Moment

Micromobility is in the midst of a major COVID-19 comeback — and it’s raising questions about how advocates might use this historic opportunity to make our whole mobility system better for non-drivers.

The Mobile City: Everybody Back Onto the Train

You may recall that this weekly column began life as a chronicle of new projects being undertaken by mass transit agencies around the world. And even now, there’s no lack of such projects to report on. But as this column has evolved, it has…

INC Transportation Committee - June 11th, 2020

Virtual Meeting via Zoom 1. Temporary Outdoor Expansions for Restaurant and Bars - Andrew Iltis, Sr. Mgr. Transportation & Mobility, Downtown Denver Partnership CCD created a new Temporary Outdoor Expansion program for outdoor dining…

June 16th - Pat Tillman Foundation awards 60 scholarships to U.S. service members, veterans and military spouses

CHICAGO — The Pat Tillman Foundation is awarding scholarships to 60 U.S. service members, veterans and military spouses. In recognition of their service and leadership potential, the Tillman Scholars will receive scholarship funding to…

June 16th - Help, protection sought for Colorado’s immigrants amid pandemic

Immigrant advocates are working with Colorado lawmakers to provide relief to vulnerable families during the coronavirus crisis. Activists from the Colorado People’s Alliance are asking state leaders to provide cash assistance for undocumented…

June 15th - Gov. Jared Polis prohibits state agencies from sharing information for civil immigration enforcement

Gov. Jared Polis issued a directive this week to his departments and state agencies barring them from sharing information with Immigration and Customs Enforcement for civil enforcement.

Denver offers free coronavirus testing in underserved areas

Denver public health officials are offering free testing for the novel coronavirus in new locations to reach underserved populations as the pandemic highlights racial inequalities.