Colorado: Walkability advocates call for changes to Alameda after pedestrian killed in drag racing crash (Vision Zero Watch)

The first half of the year is barely over, and 37 people have lost their lives in traffic accidents on Denver streets, according to the city’s Vision Zero effort.

Denver is working to end traffic deaths by 2030, but for that to happen, a group advocating for better walkability says the city needs to address some of the most dangerous streets. There’s increased attention on Alameda Avenue between Sheridan and Federal boulevards after a man was killed by an alleged street racer last month.