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Eyes on the Street: Livable Streets a Mile High

5:05 PM EST on January 28, 2010

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A little end-of-day action from the Streetsblog Flickr pool, courtesy of BeyondDC: Here's Denver's 16th Street Shuttle, also called the MallRide. Check out those three low-floor doors for easy-on, easy-off boarding and alighting.

The MallRide travels up and down a mile-long pedestrian mall -- the only vehicle allowed there -- arriving every 90 seconds. It's also integrated into Denver's light rail system, connecting with all five lines. Oh yeah, and it's free.

BeyondDC also shared a pic of a nicely landscaped contraflow bike lane in nearby Boulder, which comes after the jump. To contribute to our photo pool, add the "Streetsblog" tag to your Flickr submissions.

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