We helped to plan and host the opening day party for the Central Park Station on the new University of Colorado A Line on April 23rd. It was a great success, and we’d like to thank everyone who came out for the event!…
‘duct-work is what happens when you combine talented Denver urban artists with ample paint and large blank walls as canvases. Denver Arts and Venues, together with local sponsors, has provided funding for a group of local urban artists to paint murals under the I-70 viaduct between Brighton Boulevard and York Street from Sept. 27 through Oct. 1. The project will transform the dark and shadowy viaduct into a work of art for the remaining years before its demolition.
On Saturday, Oct. 1, the artists will be on site completing their work. Please stop by to see the transformation while enjoying…
(Denver) June 24, 2016 – Residents in the metro area enjoyed a smooth commute as an estimated 32,000 riders traveled 589,000 miles on Wednesday, June 22, for the region’s annual Bike to Work Day.
“As the population of the metro area continues to grow, so does enthusiasm for Bike to Work Day,” said Steve Erickson, communications and marketing director for the Denver Regional Council of Governments. “For 25 years, we’ve created a supportive, fun and safe environment to introduce large numbers of people to a healthier, happier, less-costly commute choice.”
This year’s Bike to Work Day highlights include:
Keep in mind that work listed below is weather dependent and subject to change.
Check the website for the most current information.
The following lane restrictions will be in place next week. Roads will be open unless specified as closed. Lane restrictions are intermittent and can change by day. Please use caution when traveling in the area:
Segment 1 – Nine Mile to Iliff Station
Area A – Iliff Avenue to Exposition Avenue
- Abilene Street (Iliff to Exposition avenues) northbound and southbound right and left lanes intermittent restrictions
- I-225 northbound on/off ramps at Mississippi Avenue
- Overnight lane restrictions