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Denver Residents Urge Leaders To Make Colorado More Energy Efficient

Denver Residents Urge Leaders To Make Colorado More Energy Efficient

As the United Nations Leaders Summit draws closer, a recently released study evaluating Colorado’s energy efficiency is being evaluated — and the findings aren’t looking so good. According to the…

The Mile-High City is About to Get Even Higher with Cannabis Summit Event

Whether the Mile-High City wants it or not, the Colorado Cannabis Summit is coming to Denver on May 22. Despite the name, the summit isn’t meant to be a party ground…

More Americans Are Biking to Work, According to New Census Data

More Americans Are Biking to Work, According to New Census Data

“The number of people who commute to work by bicycle increased about 60% over the past decade, while the number of people walking to their jobs remained stable, according to…

New Studies Reveal Key Information About Millennials For Economic Development and Urban Planning

New Studies Reveal Key Information About Millennials For Economic Development and Urban Planning

Last month, two public opinion polls were released that revealed some interesting details about the Millennial generation, suggesting that the key characteristics of the places they’re moving to include availability…

Common ground: Young professionals collaborate for the city’s future

Common ground: Young professionals collaborate for the city’s future

Mother Teresa once said that “I alone cannot change the world but I can only cast a stone across the waters to create ripples”. These words of Teresa have been…

Urban Alleys Become Pathways to Revitalization

Urban Alleys Become Pathways to Revitalization

The concept of revitalization of urban alleys is speedily increasing. Recently, more than 4000 alleys of Denver have been re-engineered.  And, it has been planned that pavement of remaining 1500 alleys…

Alley Activation: Pathways to Urban Revitalization

Alley Activation: Pathways to Urban Revitalization

From Washington D.C to Seattle, Alleys are being re-engineered for the benefits of masses. Generally, alleys are considered as dangerous and dirty but they are moving beyond garages and garbage…

Prepare for more lane closures this week

Prepare for more lane closures this week

Commuters who are going through west to Durango Tech Center will have to face inconvenience due of lane closures. Actually, the road work at DoubleTree Hotel intersection is underway and…

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