This month: 1) Census 2020 Is Here; 2) Stapleton Farmers Market Gets a Reboot; 3) Blood Banks Are Facing a Shortage; 4) RTD Service Reductions Planned for May to Start April 19; 5) Senior Housing; and 6) Denver Initial Economic Relief Package for Businesses, Employees.
Passengers returning from the July 3 Rockies game on RTD’s A-line train witnessed the second accidental train-pedestrian fatality at Central Park Station.
Stapleton’s rail station is one factor that made Central Park Blvd. (CPB), from Montview to 36th Ave., a high priority location for one of Denver’s eight high-comfort bike lane projects.
This month in NE Updates: Measles Outbreak in Stapleton; Trampoline & Adventure Park Coming to Stapleton; and I-70 Construction Update.
The largest flight training center in the world is our NE Denver neighbor at Quebec St. and 35th Ave.
No one seems to follow the rules. Do you see helmets? No. Are scooters only on the sidewalks? No. Only one person per scooter? No. During an afternoon outing on a scooter, our writer found people enthusiastically riding them, but not following the rules.
NE Denver news updates for September 2018
On the evening of June 21, about 40 sleep-deprived people gathered in the Park Hill Village Club House for an update from RTD on the status of the train horns that had been keeping them awake for two years.
No joke! In the first week of April, a ride sharing service for kids entered the Denver market. Yes, HopSkipDrive—an “Uber for kids”—is here, founded by three moms who know that the kid transport struggle is real.
The public utilities commission has given the approvals that will allow the quiet zone process to move forward. RTD will be applying to the Federal Railroad Administration for quiet zone approval.