Good morning. Today we’ve got news on smart roads, expensive houses, the Tattered Cover and more. Stay snug.
Panasonic and Colorado’s smarter roads plans:
The company and the state government gave some more details yesterday on their plans for smart roads and cars. They’re preparing about 90 miles of Interstate 70 for connected and/or driverless vehicles. It seems like the focus includes the mountain corridor. One suggestion is that the shoulder could become a special lane for driverless cars. (DP)
We just took the lookie-loo to a new level:
Megan made a giant, awesome map that will show you the most expensive recent home sale in every Denver neighborhood. (Denverite)
What’s next for Tattered Cover?
Westword has a long feature on the bookstores’ new owners, Kristen Gilligan and Len Vlahos. Their goal is “Don’t screw it up,” but they’re also working to connect with schools and improve the coffee service. (Westword)
What the new Kirkland Museum will look like:
A lot more yellow. Construction is underway in the Golden Triangle now. (CPR)
The Winter Park Express starts this weekend:
I still don’t want to spend $78 to get to the mountain. (Amtrak)
- Yes, you or your landlord must shovel your sidewalk. Yes, you should probably buy snow tires. (Denverite)
- Nikola Jokic keeps a stash of Serbian meat at home, and it makes us happy. (Denverite)
- Teju Ravilochan was honored by Forbes for his work to confront social and environmental issues through entrepreneurship. (Denverite)