It turns out, making Denver more walkable might begin with an exercise in shifting the city's mindset.
Federal Boulevard’s set for pedestrian fixes, but “hundreds of millions” needed for neighborhoods’ vision
"It’s going to take hundreds of millions of dollars to build out that complete vision."
There's the "yucky" Walgreens and "that stupid Target," new strip malls that are "awful" and a "missed opportunity," while an "outrageous" storage facility monopolizes valuable real estate next to a light rail station.
Sunnyside reaps the rewards of Walk Denver's sidewalk data challenge.
The total amount of metals entering the river system was comparable to levels during one or two days of high spring runoff.
New Mexico is also suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the owners of two mines.