BikeDenver recently joined the Yes on 2A Coalition. The coalition supports the passage of Measure 2A because it will take Denver out from under state-mandated TABOR limits, allowing the City to keep property tax revenue already collected and restore essential city services. Measure 2A is supported by Denver’s Mayor and City Council, as well as many civic and business leaders who have joined the Yes on 2A Coalition. See who has joined the Coalition here. Read the Denver Post endorsement here.
BikeDenver believes the passage of Measure 2A will help keep our roadways safer for people who bike and drive. Specifically, with the passage of Measure 2A, Denver Public Works will be able to resurface 300 miles of city streets. BikeDenver advocates for increased safe bicycling to improve community health, environmental conditions and our quality of life. We work closely with the Department of Public Works and Department of Parks & Recreation to improve conditions for people who bike. Both departments are tasked with building and maintaining the roadways and trails where we ride, and we believe that both will be able to better carry out their missions with the passage of Measure 2A.
As a 501(c)3 non-profit, as required by law, BikeDenver does not endorse candidates for political office. From time to time, as allowed by law, BikeDenver supports ballot measures that support the growth of safe bicycling in Denver and benefit the bicycling community.