12 01, 2017

303 ArtWay NE Denver Affinity Festival!

Urban Land Conservancy hired us to conduct public outreach for the 303 ArtWay project—a proposed walking and biking trail through northeast Denver that will feature installations by local artists along the route. We collected 1,100 surveys from residents of the region, providing us with big-picture data on the destinations and community benefits that are most important to people who will use the trail. We have attended a wide variety of community events to promote the ArtWay, and we have planned and hosted multiple workshops and events tailored to the neighborhoods we serve. In addition to the committee, we have partnered

11 01, 2017


Next Phase of Redevelopment Begins Along Brighton Boulevard

DENVER ­— Denver Public Works is starting the next phase of a project to reconstruct Brighton Boulevard from 29th to 44th Streets. The work will begin later this week, requiring travel to be reduced to one lane in each direction on a two block stretch from 29th to 31st Streets. Construction along Brighton will not impact access to the National Western Stock Show, however drivers should expect delays.

The redevelopment of Brighton is expected to be ongoing into 2018. Travel updates will be provided to the public as construction progresses down the

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    Please help urge the City of Denver to complete construction of the Sand Creek Greenway trail!

1 12, 2016

Please help urge the City of Denver to complete construction of the Sand Creek Greenway trail!

Denver has initiated a process to get public input regarding potential projects for a November 2017 General Obligation Bond proposal.  Six public meetings are scheduled in November and December.


Please attend one of these two public meetings and urge that completion of the Sand Creek Greenway trail through Denver be included in the bond issue. Completion requires paving several current gaps and likely construction of a new bicycle and pedestrian bridge near I-70.

Northeast Denver public meetings:

Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Montbello High School
5000 Crown Blvd.
Denver, CO 80239
6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.


21 11, 2016

Denver Moves plans for Denver’s bike future

In 2016, Denver Public Works finalized an update to Denver Moves (2011) to plan for enhanced on-street bicycle facilities (e.g., protected bike lanes, neighborhood bikeways) in the downtown area and throughout Denver. This includes:

  • Developing a detailed plan for a network of enhanced on-street bicycle facilities in Downtown Denver, as well as identifying key corridors that link from adjacent neighborhoods to either downtown or off-street trails.

  • Establishing design standards for enhanced on-street bicycle facilities

The purpose of creating this plan is to enhance the citywide bicycle network to be more attractive to cyclists of all abilities (i.e., the 60% who

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    Want to learn about the Mayor’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committees?

21 11, 2016

Want to learn about the Mayor’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committees?

The purpose of the Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Committee (MBAC) is to advise the Mayor and City Council of the City and County of Denver, and all Departments of and consultants to the City, on all matters relating to the use of bicycles as a means of transportation and recreation. MBAC reviews and make recommendations on planning, design, and development of projects prepared by developers, City Departments, and consultants affecting the use of bicycles.

The Mayor’s Pedestrian Advisory Committee (MPAC) advises the Mayor on all matters regarding the pedestrian experience as it relates to transportation and recreation.

Following are the critical