Antiquated to Elevated: How Denver’s GO Bond Could Transform Citywide Mobility

Welcome to the new Streetsblog Denver series covering the Elevate Denver General Obligation bond. Every Tuesday, we’ll be looking at and dissecting different biking, walking, and transit upgrades across the city. We’ll explore the planning…

Statewide transportation

With COVID-19 basically canceling the trade show and awards season, METRO Magazine decided to honor our 2020 Innovative Solutions Award winners here in print.

‘Zoom towns’ are exploding in the West

First, there were boomtowns. Now, there are Zoom towns.

Masks outside, smaller groups: Denver strengthens public health orders

A spike in coronavirus cases in Denver prompted city public health officials on Friday to unveil new health orders, including stricter face covering rules and limiting public and private gatherings.

Light rail service on R, E Lines to be disrupted this weekend

The E Line will not have service between Belleview and Dry Creek stations while the R Line won't travel south of Belleview.

Federal Transportation Policy Is an Obstacle to Achieving Vision Zero

This article will appear in Transportation Alternatives’ Vision Zero Cities Journal as part of the 2020 Vision Zero Cities Conference, Oct. 19-23. You can still register for the conference at

These five freeway stretches are Colorado’s deadliest

DENVER (KDVR) – The Colorado Department of Transportation’s data shows that the worst crash areas are the ones Denver metro drivers all know and fear for their congestion and hazard. A series of crashes during the week of Oct. 12 is a good…

Get the Driving Down Emissions Report from Smart Growth America

Driving Down Emissions explores how our land-use and transportation decisions are inextricably connected, and unpacks five strategies that can make a significant dent in the growth of emissions while building a more just and equitable socie…