Environment

Auraria's new bike lane eliminates downtown "dead zone" for cyclists, advocates say

Cycling just got a lot easier for students and professors who pedal to the downtown Auraria campus -- and for Denver bikers trying to make their way around it. This week, officials unveiled a new bike lane that goes straight through the downtown campus, eliminating what bike advocates call a major "dead zone" in the downtown infrastructure for cyclists.
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