After 13 years of study, a final decision is expected this summer on how to accommodate huge projected traffic increases on I-70.
Construction of MLK Extension Starts this Summer
Construction of the Martin Luther King Boulevard extension from Havana Street to Peoria Street will begin in July or August.
Cycletrack on 26th?
A recent survey of 26th Ave. residents showed they prefer a two-way “cycle track” to conventional bike lanes.
Car Sharing in Stapleton
Car2Go is returning to Stapleton on a limited basis and Zipcar is making its debut.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard Extension Project: Public Meeting – Opportunity for Public Comment
The City and County of Denver will host a public meeting on March 3 to discuss extending MLK Blvd.
Colfax Bus Rapid Transit
If a Denver-sponsored plan is adopted and funded, two of Colfax Avenue’s four through lanes from Broadway to Syracuse Street would be exclusively for buses during peak hours. The plan is based on the premise that increasing person-trip capacity is preferable to widening roads.
What if there’s an emergency on the A Line?
As part of the certification process from the Federal Railway Administration, a pedestrian-train collision was simulated on the bridge where the new University of Colorado’s A Line crosses over I-70.
New RTD Fares Start Jan. 1
Get acquainted with RTD’s new fare structure effective January 1, 2016.
Proposed Urban Walkway to Promote Culture, Health, Community
An “urban art trail” is proposed for Park Hill, with plans to eventually connect to the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and Denver Zoo.
Get Home Faster in the New I-70 Express Lane
To cut the nightmare of congestion on I-70, the new Mountain Express Lane is expected to open in December during peak traffic times, as needed.