Denver voters have decided to approve $937 million in bond sales to support infrastructure projects for their city, with nearly half of that money flowing into transportation and mobility.
With a rapidly growing population, no other issue generates more discussion at Denver community meetings. In the vote, 75 percent chose to do something about traffic congestion, bicycle and pedestrian upgrades, and more.
“This is going to really bring alive the protected bike-lane network downtown,” says Piep van Heuven, the Denver director for Bicycle Colorado. “And that is really going to be noticeable and change the culture on the street, which is really exciting.”Next City
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