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Andy Bosselman

Andy Bosselman is a freelance writer and the former editor of Streetsblog Denver, a publication that covers walking, biking and public transportation.

Articles By Andy Bosselman

RTD May Not Return to Normal—Is That a Good Thing?

RTD needs a reboot, and information from past pandemics and our new routines might help the agency plan for that.

Jealous Streak: Transportation Ideas We Wish We’d Thought of First

But that doesn’t mean we can’t riff on them now. 

RTD Is In Crisis—What Went Wrong?

RTD wanted to transform how people in the Denver metro area get around. But more than 50 years after it began, most people still drive, pollution persists, and the agency is in crisis. I went back to its beginning to find out how—and when—the problems started.

In a Time of Pandemic, Tight Quarters at Homeless Shelters Have Guests on Edge

And the city’s new temporary shelters may not be enough to quell fears.

With I.M. Pei’s Denver Legacy Destroyed, Boulder’s Mesa Lab Remains an Architectural Icon

The celebrated architect, who passed away last week at the age of 102, built three projects in Colorado. But only one—the Mesa Laboratory at the National Center for Atmospheric Research—remains unmarred today.


Charting a future on the site of an old architectural gem.

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Museum of Contemporary Art Denver Acquires The Lab at Belmar

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