Federal Boulevard Changes Include Focus On Pedestrian SafetyPedestrian deaths along Federal Boulevard have some calling for a plan to make the street safer and commit to funding those changes.
Businesses Brace For Losses During Construction In RiNoCommuters and businesses frustrated with the construction mess along Brighton Boulevard should pack their patience. Another phase of construction between 38th and 44th avenues is set to begin Friday.
Residential Plow Program Called 'A Success'Denver Public Works says the first run of its new residential plow program was a success and it will continue to consider deploying small plows to Denver's side streets when six inches of snow, or more, are forecasted.
Denver To Plow Side Streets After 6 Inches Of Forecasted SnowThe changes to the residential plow program for Denver's side streets are a welcome sight for thousands of people living in the Mile High City.
Finding A Place To Park For Capitol Hill Residents Continues To Be A ProblemNew residents to one of the Denver's most popular neighborhoods, Capitol Hill, say the already-challenging parking situation has gotten even tougher.
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.
A Lot Of Work Remains For CDOT & Denver Public WorksThe Colorado Department of Transportation says it has 500 plows deployed statewide to clear highways, and for Denver Public Works it's also all hands on deck, but roads were still treacherous Wednesday evening.
Snow, Ice Makes For Slow Commute In Metro AreaThe drive home from work Friday evening was expected to be a much smoother commute than drivers experienced during the Friday morning rush hour. Roads were slick and dangerous, making for a long drive.
Councilman Calls For Denver Parking Enforcers To ‘Use Judgment’A Denver City Council member is urging Denver’s parking enforcement agency to "use some judgment" when it comes to giving out parking tickets that came into question in a CBS4 investigation.
A Rare Move: Snow Prompts Public Works To Plow Residential StreetsIt's a rare occurrence- snow plows on the side streets. But Denver Public works deployed their crews to clear residential roads because the snow was so deep.
Road Crews On Full Snow Patrol, Preparing For BlizzardRoad crews are on full snow patrol as they anticipate a major snowstorm blowing into Colorado. The Denver metro area is under a blizzard warning Monday night.
Drivers Advised To 'Stay Within The Lines' When Parking Near Protected Bike LanesDrivers are noticing some changes while parking along the protected bike lanes in downtown Denver.