It turns out, making Denver more walkable might begin with an exercise in shifting the city's mindset.
In all, Denver is missing 355 miles of sidewalks, according to city estimates. The city set aside $47.7 million to fill in gaps with its recent bonds package.
A draft plan from Denver Moves finds that 40 percent of Denver blocks lack sidewalks or have sidewalks that are too small for use with a wheelchair.
In Denver, property owners are legally responsible for fixing up the walkways along their lots. You might not know that, since the law is very rarely enforced.
Councilman Jolon Clark and community leaders in Athmar Park have a plan that could bring tens of millions of dollars to Denver's southwestern neighborhoods.
Here's what's planned for four different sections of Colfax-- and what it tell us about the new political power that's coalescing on the strip.
“Equity” is the key word as Denver City Council moves a $937 million bond program closer to the ballot
Denver city leaders are promising a 2017 bond program that will address long-standing inequalities between neighborhoods, but some ask: What about housing?
Which modes reign supreme in Denver's 2017 GO Bond package? Here's a breakdown of how biking, walking, pedestrian and vehicular interests fared.
Sunnyside reaps the rewards of Walk Denver's sidewalk data challenge.
Today, they are recognized as part of historic neighborhoods and as a pain to shovel in the winter.
“We want to bring those who have just been here for a little while together with people who have been here for 45, 55 years.”
The fourth annual Denver Days will bring more than 200 block parties, picnics and community service projects to neighborhoods all over Denver.
Neighborhood plans describe the places Globeville and Elyria-Swansea could be, if there were enough money.
Swansea is kind of "like Mayberry." If Mayberry had to deal with marijuana grow operations and 18-wheelers on residential streets.