Electric scooter brands Lyft, Spin offering free rides in Denver to health care workers in April

Two e-scooter brands are now offering free riders to health care workers in Denver, while two others have pulled their machines off the city’s street entirely while they seek to wait out the COVID-19 pandemic.

Q&A: The Impact of Coronavirus on Public and Mass Transportation

The fear surrounding coronavirus and the governor’s executive order mandating people stay home as much as possible has decimated public transportation in the metro area. Over the past two weeks, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) has…

Denverites should prepare to stay at home (mostly) through the end of April thanks to COVID-19

Denver residents will probably have to stay at home for the most part through April 30, a spokesperson for Mayor Michael Hancock’s office confirmed Tuesday.

How to help feed unemployed workers, hospital staff, school kids and others in need around Denver

A group of Boulder community members on Monday donated $200,000 to help keep a handful of restaurants running while making meals for medical workers.

The Stay Inside Guide to Denver

You're safe at home, riding out a global pandemic. Now what? We've got ideas on how to enjoy the best of the Mile High City from the comfort of your humble abode.

Grocery Delivery Available to Access-a-Ride Customers

Kudos to RTD's paratransit staff, who have come up with a great way to help their Access-a-Ride customers. Starting today, home grocery delivery service is available to all Access-a-Ride customers.

RTD Buses And Trains Will Move To Full Time Weekend Service Levels In April

Members of the board that oversees the Regional Transportation District approved rail and bus service cuts at their virtual meeting Tuesday night.

Colorado 2-1-1 expanding as 911 dispatchers battle “unnecessary” COVID calls

DENVER (KDVR) -- The Mile High United Way is expanding Colorado 2-1-1 to meet an unprecedented demand of calls regarding COVID-19.

Older adults can get food help now

*Information from National Council on Aging (NCOA) newsletter Affording healthy food is a challenge for many older Americans, but the spread of COVID-19 has made matters worse. Tell older adults about these options for assistance so they…

Volunteer Opportunity: Help Call Senior Citizens for Wellness Checks

  Yesterday our State and City representatives sent out a very innovative call to action that DRMAC thinks you might be interested in participating in. They have assembled a list of 40,000 senior citizens across Denver that we will…