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Denver Public Works Nov 18
This year, 65 people have died in traffic crashes in Denver. Please pledge your support as we make changes to our streets to improve safety for all.
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Denver Public Works Nov 18
A temporary art installation in Civic Center Park featuring ghost bikes and silhouettes honors victims of traffic crashes in Denver. We’re looking to increase safety on our streets so everyone comes home safely.
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Denver Public Works Nov 4
Starting tomorrow, our crews will be installing 40 mph signs along East 56th Ave from Tower to Peoria, reducing the speed limit by 5 mph to create safer travel conditions. It’s the third stretch we’ve reduced speeds on this year.
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Martyn Schmoll Sep 4
These guys are hoping SO hard that we don’t look at the real pedestrian safety problem - driver entitlement and reckless behaviour, North American car culture, deadly street design, lack of enforcement. It’s a distraction.
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Gabriella Serrado Sep 13
Do you live in , Ruby Hill, or Valverde? We need your help identifying safety projects on Alameda, Evans, & Mississippi for an upcoming grant application! What safety concerns do you have? Bring your neighbors & ideas to the 9/19 workshop.
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Denver Public Works Nov 1
Be aware everyone come Monday: a Carnegie Mellon University study found people walking around at dusk are more likely to be struck/killed by people in cars in the days following the end of daylight saving time than just before the time change.
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Denver B-cycle Feb 14
Today we celebrated people and bike-friendly streets at the Love-In organized by the Coalition and the Denver Streets Partnership () ! We are feeling the love for smart and safe street design!
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Colorado Senate GOP Sep 4
While we admire the intention, we highly recommend NOT cutting down your peripheral vision with a taxpayer-funded eyeball mask while crossing the street. This is NOT what Denver means by . Stay safe.
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Nick Brown Aug 27
Boo. Simply banning something because it is annoying to a vocal group of people is the wrong route. A public information campaign to support respectful scooter riding would have been much more effective.
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Denver Public Works Nov 4
We’re turned back the clocks, so it’ll be darker earlier tonight. Good thing Denver’s converted more than 25,000 street lights already to better, brighter LEDs. Follow our progress on the LED project at
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Kayla Marie Nov 17
Thank you to everyone who supported the candlelight vigil for World Day of Remembrance. We are all in this together.
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Bob Gunderson Sep 5
“15 PeOPLe IN DENVeR THIs yEAR hAve bEen kiLLed While WALkinG. In A SafETy CAMpaigN tOdAY usINg gIANt eYeBaLls, ENcOUrAGED pEDesTRiAns anD DRiVErs To mAke eYE CoNtACT wHEn tHey EncoUntEr EACh oTHer At CroSsWAlKs. be SaFe WHEN cRossiNg thE STREeT!
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City and County of Denver Aug 30
ICYMI: has new rules for using electric scooters in the city. Riders must now stay in the street or in bike lanes - not on the sidewalk. Please be mindful of your surroundings & stay safe. Learn more at .
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Gabriella Serrado Sep 19
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City and County of Denver Oct 21
Far northeast drivers will soon notice new signs reducing the posted speed limit from 45 to 40 mph along 56th Avenue. via
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Denver B-cycle Feb 12
This Thursday, join and for their Complete Streets Valentine's Day Love-In! Show your support for safe street design and take part in guided walk and bike tours. We will also be there to show some safe streets love! ❤️
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Martyn Schmoll Sep 5
Yup. Signs are not Vision Zero.
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The 16th Street Mall Oct 21
A bird’s eye view of some of the recent changes we’ve made along 15th Street – more green markings and protection for people on bikes and red markings dedicating a lane for people who ride the bus, helping them get to their destinations more efficiently. BEFORE:
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Gabriella Serrado Sep 20
staff are holding their normal meetings on their spot. Come down and talk to our or multi-modal engineers!
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Gary Steuer Mar 10
Enjoyed a walk down East Colfax today to get to the Rec Center, taking in the art banners and one of the murals funded by artsinsociety (while…
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