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Denver Should Keep Shared and Open Streets

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

Denver’s Pedestrian-Only Roads Still Not Pedestrian Only

May 4, 2020

If you live in central Denver, then you’ve probably encountered, or at least heard about, the roads that have recently been closed to through traffic. Along with several other large cities, at the beginning of the month, Denver closed several streets in order to make more room for people to …

Traffic Violence Report: Sponsored by The O’Sullivan Law Firm

June 20, 2019

I’m proud to announce that my Denver personal injury law firm is sponsoring the newly revised Traffic Violence Report in Streetsblog Denver.

In case you don’t know about Streetsblog, here is their mission:

Streetsblog connects people to information about how to reduce dependence on cars and improve conditions for …

Streetsblog Denver Pulls Back the Veil to Reveal Our Road Biases

July 13, 2018

David Sachs has a tough job. He is Editor of Streetsblog Denver, one of the many Streetsblog chapters around the country that are trying to change the way we envision and build cities. Yeah, that’s all.

David says things like, “Our cities are designed to move metal boxes around. …

Crossing the Street Defensively; Texting and Driving Accidents

November 30, 2016

Crossing the street - how to cross the streetCrossing the Street Defensively; Texting and Driving Accidents

This just happened last week: A friend’s daughter was walking home from school and nearly got hit by a car. Actually, the car grazed her hip, but she was completely fine. The really awful part was that this middle school girl did

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