By a majority of 74 percent, neighbors along Martin Luther King Boulevard east of Ironton Street have voted against having noise walls installed when MLK is extended to Peoria Street.
Transit riders can now stop fumbling for loose change when boarding RTD vehicles.
Between Havana and Peoria, residents of homes near MLK Blvd. are voting on whether they want a sound mitigation wall when the road is widened. A mock wall has been built to help these residents understand the visual impact of such a wall—and this article offers links to visual simulations of the three wall segments that could potentially be built.
Portions of the 34 acres owned by Forest City south of Central Park station are coming into sharp focus.
Dayton/Emporia, the fifth street connection between Stapleton and Aurora, will open once street lighting, landscaping and a short sidewalk segment are installed.
Think the MLK & CPB Intersection is Congested Now?
In an April 20 letter to the Federal Railroad Administration, RTD “now asserts that the A-Line highway grade crossings are operating in accordance with the design.”
A HAWK signal is a pedestrian activated light, designed specifically for mid-block pedestrian crossings, not traffic control at intersections.
Denver Public Works is unable to provide an updated timeline for the MLK extension project. T