Unplowed and icy walkways impact all pedestrians, but they are even more challenging for people who use wheelchairs, walkers and other mobility devices to navigate.
After 745 roadway deaths last year, the most since 1981, CDOT aims to crack down on traffic safety with new program and partnerships
Denver relaunches popular e-bike vouchers and Polis proposes major new car-buying credits to promote clean electrification.
There were six canceled Southwest flights to or from Denver International Airport on Friday, down from the hundreds in each of the proceeding days
Denver International Airport continues to lead the country in cancellations and delays
Exhausted Southwest travelers tried finding seats on other airlines or renting cars to get to their destination, but many remained stranded. The airline’s CEO said it could be next week before the flight schedule returns to normal.
Denver International Airport led the country in backups Tuesday, with more than 300 flights canceled and hundreds more delayed
Touted as a last-mile solution to improve city public transit systems, at least 3 people a day show up at Denver Health’s emergency room with scooter-related injuries, new study shows
Ridership numbers from most of the transit agencies that participated in the Zero Fare for Better Air program were higher in September than before the program began.
RTD has one worker who visits light-rail and bus stations in eight counties, offering housing and other services to those in need.