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Businesses Worried New Bike Lane Will Push Customers AwayLess than six hours after a new two-way bike lane opened on South Broadway, business owners opened up to city planners.
Protected Bike Lane Tested On South BroadwayDrivers and bicyclists will sharing the road on one of the busiest stretches of South Broadway for the next 15 months.
Plow Drivers Saddle Up For Snow Road-eoThe most skilled snow plow drivers in Denver saddled up for the 28th annual snow road-eo on Friday.
Nearly 200 Volunteers Tackle 'Graffiti Alley' In Annual 'Brush Off' EventNearly 200 volunteers spent the better part of Saturday morning cleaning up graffiti and litter in Denver.
Mystery Solved: Parking Enforcer's Discipline ExplainedDenver’s top parking enforcer was suspended with pay, then issued a written reprimand for the way he handled the job application process for a convicted sex offender. That new information comes from a disciplinary letter obtained by CBS4.
More Bike Lanes This Year For 'Bike To Work Day'Next Wednesday thousands of bicyclists will be celebrating Bike to Work Day.
City Council Approves Rate Hikes For Public Works ProjectsDenver City Council approved an increase in annual storm and sanitary sewer rates after Monday night’s meeting.
Denver's New Mobile Restrooms Are 'Clean & Comfortable'The City of Denver rolled out its new mobile restroom on Saturday.
Mystery Surrounds Suspension Of Denver's Top Parking EnforcerThe Denver Public Works Department has placed its manager of enforcement and meter operations, Dominic Vaiana, on paid investigatory leave with little explanation to employees or the public.
Light Rail Maintenance Work Causes Train, Road ClosuresThere are some road closures and light rail closures that will disrupt some Denverites on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Spring Cleaning? Get Rid Of Your Unwanted Stuff This SaturdayDenver Public Works is helping those cleaning out their closets, making room in the garage and tidying up their yards.
Denver Councilman: ‘Parking Issues Need To Be Corrected’A Denver City Councilman has written a stinging letter to the Denver Department of Public Works, chastising them for the way they reacted to a CBS4 Investigation that found some Denver parking spots have been placed too close to fire hydrants, apparently in violation of city code.

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