Your Denver news podcast topics this week: RTD’s discounted fare program, a Ballpark park, and more

Here’s this week’s episode of Denverite Now, your favorite Denver news podcast!

It’s that time again — now. Here’s this week’s episode of Denverite Now, your favorite Denver news podcast!

Here’s how our host, Paul Karolyi, describes this episode:

This week on Denverite Now…

1) Last week, we asked, “Where’s Kevin Now?” This week, we get his answer: Talking about old-timey letterpress machines at Metro State. Here’s the story:

The Englewood Depot’s transformation into a world-class letterpress lab starts in the basement

2) Transportation reporter Megan Arellano talks about the conversation surrounding RTD’s discount passes for non-profits and low-income riders. Here’s her piece on the RTD committee’s ruling and her previous work on the program:

No new money for low-income discount passes, RTD committee says

Low-income bus riders are losing discounted fares after RTD changes long-standing program

3) City reporter Andy Kenney gives us the low-down on a new, temporary park coming to the Ballpark neighborhood this summer. Here’s his coverage:

Goodbye to 21st Street, hello to temporary park in Denver’s Ballpark neighborhood

Here’s business reporter Adrian D. Garcia’s rundown of all the projects planned for Arapahoe Square:

Renderings show the possible future of Denver’s Arapahoe Square

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