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    1. 5 citywide plans aim to address Denver development, transit issues

      5 citywide plans aim to address Denver development, transit issues

      Street-facing development, more frequent transit routes and wider sidewalks are parts of five citywide plans aimed at creating a more inclusive, connected and healthy city over the next 20 years. Denver officials introduced the plans on Tuesday, which come after the city's three-year Denveright outreach and planning effort and more than 25,000 comments and pieces of input from residents, neighborhood groups and community leaders. 

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    2. Denver adopts new rules for electric scooters

      Denver adopts new rules for electric scooters

      After months of confusion surrounding rules related to those electric scooters that invaded Denver over the summer, city council members voted on Monday night to approve changes on where they are allowed to operate. Dockless scooters are now classified as "Electric Mobility Scooters," subjecting them to a different set of rules. The biggest change is that scooter users should now use bike lanes whenever they are available.

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    3. E-scooters, bikes should be back in Denver by Friday

      E-scooters, bikes should be back in Denver by Friday

      Dockless scooters left Denver almost as quickly as they invaded it. Now, after two months of back-and-forth between the city and the private companies that own them, they’re set to make a comeback. Tuesday morning, Denver Public Works presented its pilot program to City Council, which outlines a way to manage dockless modes of transportation. According to the latest information from the city, electronic scooters and electronic bikes are expected to hit the streets again by the end of this week.

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    4. Denver unveils pilot program for electric scooters

      Denver unveils pilot program for electric scooters

      Denver has laid out a plan to bring electric scooters back to city sidewalks. Denver Public Works plans to test a one-year pilot permit program for dockless electric scooter companies like Lime and Bird. The companies dropped hundreds of scooters around the city without Denver's approval about a month ago, but pulled them off the streets recently to work out a deal with the city.

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    5. Pilot program makes way for electric scooters to stay in Denver

      The City of Denver announced it will try to play nice with the companies that dropped off those dockless e-scooters that appeared in Denver seemingly overnight.

      Bird and Lime, the companies responsible for the scooters, were notified of Friday of the city's intention to create a pilot program that would make way for the scooters to have a more permanent home in Denver.

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    6. Colorado's DigitalGlobe helps track Hurricane Matthew damage from space (Video)

      Colorado's DigitalGlobe helps track Hurricane Matthew damage from space (Video)

      We’re getting a look, from a unique angle, at the destruction Hurricane Matthew did to parts of Haiti. DigitalGlobe Inc., a Colorado company that does earth imagery taken from satellites, took pictures of six Haitian towns, before and after Hurricane Matthew hit the area. The towns are along the western side of Haiti’s southern peninsula. The after pictures were taken on Oct. 9, a few days after the hurricane moved through the area. More than 500 people were killed when the hurricane pummeled…

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