Tim Sullivan says an unhealthy dependence on cars threatens the region's sustainability. So he road tripped across the West without one.
- The Texas-based company says it will concentrate its cars where member demand is highest -- near downtown.Read more
- The $2.1 million project was hailed as a significant improvement in safety for motorists and bicyclists alike when it was dedicated earlier this month.Read more
- The naming rights agreement includes exterior advertisements on rail and bus vehicles and allows CU to use its name and logo on digital and printed material related to the line.Read more
Construction is expected to last two weeks as the city moves ahead with a pilot program to widen bike lanes on some busy streets.
Along with the bikeway and highway lanes, the $317 million project also features new technology to help motorists better decide how to get around.
Commuter rail trains will be traveling down the tracks every seven and a half minutes, sometimes at speeds of 70 mph.