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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

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,

Bike Commuting in Denver Scares me… But I’m Going to Give it a Shot

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July 28, 2021

By Janalee Chmel, O’Sullivan Law Firm writer

First, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Janalee and I’ve been writing for (and friends with) Scott O’Sullivan for over 10 years. Our kids were in school together and he even helped my husband after a horrific car accident on I-25.

Biking in Colorado: Picture Yourself Doing it!

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July 23, 2021

I recently had a great conversation with Jack Todd, Director of Communications and Policy for Bicycle Colorado. We discussed the organization’s plans for 2021 and beyond. As you know, I’m a big proponent of bicycle safety in Denver and Colorado. Since my boys were babies (the oldest one is

How to Commute to Work or School by Bike

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June 2, 2021

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If you’re like me, you would love to ride your bike to work or to the grocery store, but Denver’s traffic is so bananas that you’re worried about safety. My office is only a couple of miles from my house, but there are some very busy streets between the two, …

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