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Denver Should Keep Shared and Open Streets

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September 27, 2021

By Scott O’Sullivan

While our shelter-at-home experience in early 2020 was remarkable and difficult on many levels, I think it’s safe to say that we learned a lot about ourselves. (I, for example, discovered that I have a passion for overlanding gear!) We also learned new ways of doing

Discover Denver in a Whole New Way: By Bus!

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September 25, 2021

By Janalee Chmel

I’m one of those people who desperately desires for Denver to be more walkable and bikeable. I’m trying to bike more, but learning that my youngest daughter’s hectic after-school schedule is a giant blockade to the whole bike-to-school effort. 

I also desire to use public transit

It’s Not About the Money… But it Is!

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September 24, 2021

How often have you watched those TV ads for Denver personal injury attorneys with victims claiming to have gotten millions, and thought, “Wow! I’d love to have that kind of cash!” Maybe in the back of your mind, you think, “A car crash could really set me up!” Well, here’s

Doing The Right Thing: Admit Responsibility for Car Crashes

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August 26, 2021

The Truth Will Out: Admit Responsibility for Car Crashes

By Scott O’Sullivan

I just finished a case that was tragic in many ways, but the thing I found most frustrating was that the driver who caused the car crash maintained his innocence until the very end. Then, when it was

Micromobility In Denver

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August 24, 2021

Micromobility in Denver

I am of the personal opinion that transportation as we know it must and will change rapidly over the next decade. Hopefully faster than that, if my grandkids are going to experience the great outdoors in anything resembling the way that I have. (I refer, of course,

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