The Central 70 Project has already started to disrupt neighborhoods—and traffic—in the Mile High City. Here’s what you can expect as the massive (and controversial) undertaking works its way toward completion over the next few years.
It’s been more than a year since the prospect of hyperloop technology made a splash on the Front Range. But after one of the most anticipated projects fell apart, it’s unclear if—and when—Colorado might be home to futuristic transportation.
On Monday night, Denver City Council approved an ordinance requiring electric scooters to be ridden in bike lanes or on roads rather than on sidewalks, bringing clarity to what has been a confusing several months for scooter riders, city officials, and pedestrians.
Two companies dropped hundreds of dockless, electric scooters in Denver recently. But city officials are not impressed, and if the companies don’t comply with regulations, the scooters may be gone for good.