COVID-19 Has Created More Cyclists; Here’s How Cities Can Keep Them on Their Bikes

Two researchers share what they've learned about what cities should do to encourage cycling — coronavirus or no.

COVID-19 - What is Colorado’s Secret?

COVID-19 cases are on the rise nationwide now that most states have opened up. Colorado noticed an increase in cases last week after steady drops since late April, but generally, things are still looking up — and trending down.

Why Bus-Loving Rep. Ayanna Pressley Wants Transit to Be Free

As the daughter of a single mother without access to a vehicle, riding public transportation was not only a part of Representative Ayanna Pressley’s daily life growing up in Chicago, it shaped her perspective of the world. “Using trains…

Trains could return to Colorado’s Tennessee Pass, rumble through Leadville under pair of proposals

A billionaire-backed agricultural outfit in southeast Colorado and a fledgling oil railroad project in Utah want to run trains on Union Pacific’s long dormant tracks between Cañon City and Dotsero.

Can Corporate Micromobility Companies Really Turn Its Riders Into Street Safety Advocates?

Micromobility giant Lime is launching a program that the company says will turn its riders into activists for comprehensive street safety in their unique places — an unconventional move that some are greeting with optimism, but some are greeting…

COVID-19: Denver Neighborhoods With the Most Deaths Now

Colorado COVID-19 cases are rising at a rate so concerning to Governor Jared Polis that at a press conference yesterday, June 30, he announced the statewide closure of bars and nightclubs — settings that have fueled spikes in other…

Polis Orders Bars Closed Again For In-Person Service, Announces ‘Protect Our Neighbors’ Rules

Just a few weeks after he announced that Coloradan's responsible choices had made it possible to reopen bars, Gov. Jared Polis will reverse course. He said it's too hard to social distance and prevent transmission of COVID-19 so bars will…

Denver Public Library to Resume Limited In-person Services

DENVER PUBLIC LIBRARY TO RESUME LIMITED IN-PERSON SERVICES You can now return your Denver Public Library books and other items via the library system’s book drops. Curbside pickup service is scheduled to start July 7. There are many…

Senior Resource Center transportation services now closed

I am writing today to friends and associates all bcc’d. I have known most of you for a number of years and wanted to share the bittersweet news. Today is July 1st and the start of a new era for the SRC Transportation staff as one door closes…