The Prodigy Coffeehouse Bike Library is lookin pretty good already!

Sunday December 10th, 2017 - 2:13 pm

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Free eTuk Rides to & from Stanley

Sunday December 3rd, 2017 - 2:18 pm

It's not too late to get in on this today!

Free eTuk Rides to & from StanleyOctober 22, 2017, 10:00amStanley MarketplaceWelcome to the Stapleton Circulator, a free eTuk that travels from the 29th Avenue Town Center to Stanley Marketplace every Sunday now through December from 10AM to 2PM.

Rides are free, warm, and fun, and brought to you by @[367001386784571:274:ETuk Denver] and @[320169838006020:274:Northeast Transportation Connections].

Circulator stops include the fountain at Town Center, 29th Avenue at Central Park Boulevard, 29th Avenue and Beeler Street, and the southeast entrance to Stanley.
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Edwin Peña Pamela Villanueva Pena

Michael Mensch Richard would love this

Peter Roth... for Luca.

Kiran That's what I saw!

I find it interesting that this is an Aurora market place that caters to a Denver neighborhood. Why not do this for the surrounding Aurora neighborhood?

Brian Dunn field trip this Sunday?

Miles

Monet Hockaday

We took the eTuk this past Sunday between the Stanley and the Town Center. The drivers were so nice. They even helped us with our pumpkins from the farmers market. 👍🏼

John Gustafson

Kevin Bell

What is the frequency of the rides from the Town Center? Or is it just the one at 10 am?

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Brighton Boulevard Corridor Construction Update
Week of Dec. 3 Construction Activities:
Please remember that construction activities are weather dependent, which may impact scheduling.
 
Information for Drivers

NEW Traffic Impacts
44th Street CLOSED east of Brighton Boulevard through 5 a.m. December 4
-Northbound travel detoured via 46th Avenue 

ONGOING Traffic Impacts

36th Street CLOSED east of Brighton Boulevard
-Alley access OPEN from 35th to 36th streets

31st Street east of Brighton Boulevard reduced to one lane for approximately one week; Flaggers directing traffic

39th Street CLOSED east of Brighton Boulevard (to Wynkoop Street)

Southbound Brighton Boulevard between 44th to 38th streets OPEN to traffic

Northbound Brighton Boulevard between 38th to 44th streets CLOSED for several months

Narrow travel lanes in place: Contractors and oversized commercial vehicles please drive with caution

McFarland Drive remains CLOSED to through traffic at Arkins Court to 44th Street
-Local and Coliseum access will be maintained from Brighton Boulevard, use I-70 to Brighton Boulevard
-No pedestrian or vehicle access through Globeville Landing Park construction zone near Coliseum parking lot

Southbound left turn lane CLOSED on Brighton Boulevard at the 38th Street intersection
-Left turns available from through lane

40th Street CLOSED from Brighton Boulevard to Wynkoop Street for several months

NO ON-STREET PARKING on both sides of Brighton Boulevard - Ticketing and towing enforcement is in place
 
Construction Information
New concrete sidewalk paving on the west side of Brighton Boulevard from 33rd - 35th streets continues December 2

Install new concrete roadway paving on east side of Brighton Boulevard from 29th to 31st streets as soon as December 6

New curb and gutter installation on east side of Brighton Boulevard continues:
-35th to 38th streets as soon as December 4
-29th to 31st streets as soon as December 11

Miscellaneous removals on the east side of Brighton Boulevard from 29th to 31st streets

Overnight construction activities from 5 p.m. to 5 a.m. between 40th and 44th streets for several months

Lighting foundation construction and irrigation work for storm water planters between 31st and 38th streets
-Work requires flaggers directing traffic intermittently
 
Information for Pedestrians
No pedestrian or vehicle access through Globeville Landing Park construction zone near Coliseum parking lot

Pedestrian access on east side sidewalk from 29th to 40th streets

Pedestrian access on west side sidewalk from 40th to 44th streets

For your safety, please cross the street at signalized intersections
 
Information for Bicylists
For your safety, alternate bike routes are encouraged. Please use Wynkoop Street or Arkins Court
 
Information for Businesses
Concrete paving operations may shift business access points to properties during the work; Impacts will be communicated before they occur

Business access will be maintained on both sides of Brighton Boulevard
 Please continue to visit your favorite businesses on Brighton Boulevard, as they will be open during construction.

Please protect our workers by driving safely along the corridor and visit our website for more information.

Friday December 1st, 2017 - 3:31 pm

Brighton Boulevard Corridor Construction Update
Week of Dec. 3 Construction Activities:
Please remember that construction activities are weather dependent, which may impact scheduling.

Information for Drivers

NEW Traffic Impacts
44th Street CLOSED east of Brighton Boulevard through 5 a.m. December 4
-Northbound travel detoured via 46th Avenue

ONGOING Traffic Impacts

36th Street CLOSED east of Brighton Boulevard
-Alley access OPEN from 35th to 36th streets

31st Street east of Brighton Boulevard reduced to one lane for approximately one week; Flaggers directing traffic

39th Street CLOSED east of Brighton Boulevard (to Wynkoop Street)

Southbound Brighton Boulevard between 44th to 38th streets OPEN to traffic

Northbound Brighton Boulevard between 38th to 44th streets CLOSED for several months

Narrow travel lanes in place: Contractors and oversized commercial vehicles please drive with caution

McFarland Drive remains CLOSED to through traffic at Arkins Court to 44th Street
-Local and Coliseum access will be maintained from Brighton Boulevard, use I-70 to Brighton Boulevard
-No pedestrian or vehicle access through Globeville Landing Park construction zone near Coliseum parking lot

Southbound left turn lane CLOSED on Brighton Boulevard at the 38th Street intersection
-Left turns available from through lane

40th Street CLOSED from Brighton Boulevard to Wynkoop Street for several months

NO ON-STREET PARKING on both sides of Brighton Boulevard - Ticketing and towing enforcement is in place

Construction Information
New concrete sidewalk paving on the west side of Brighton Boulevard from 33rd - 35th streets continues December 2

Install new concrete roadway paving on east side of Brighton Boulevard from 29th to 31st streets as soon as December 6

New curb and gutter installation on east side of Brighton Boulevard continues:
-35th to 38th streets as soon as December 4
-29th to 31st streets as soon as December 11

Miscellaneous removals on the east side of Brighton Boulevard from 29th to 31st streets

Overnight construction activities from 5 p.m. to 5 a.m. between 40th and 44th streets for several months

Lighting foundation construction and irrigation work for storm water planters between 31st and 38th streets
-Work requires flaggers directing traffic intermittently

Information for Pedestrians
No pedestrian or vehicle access through Globeville Landing Park construction zone near Coliseum parking lot

Pedestrian access on east side sidewalk from 29th to 40th streets

Pedestrian access on west side sidewalk from 40th to 44th streets

For your safety, please cross the street at signalized intersections

Information for Bicylists
For your safety, alternate bike routes are encouraged. Please use Wynkoop Street or Arkins Court

Information for Businesses
Concrete paving operations may shift business access points to properties during the work; Impacts will be communicated before they occur

Business access will be maintained on both sides of Brighton Boulevard
Please continue to visit your favorite businesses on Brighton Boulevard, as they will be open during construction.

Please protect our workers by driving safely along the corridor and visit our website for more information.
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Take the 2017 Denver Commuter Survey!

Take the survey in English

This survey is sponsored by Northeast Transportation Connections and the City and County of Denver, and is conducted annually each fall to better understand the commuting habits of employees in Northeast Denver. The survey should take 5-10 minutes.

At the end of the survey, you will have an opportunity to enter a drawing for prizes and gift cards. We will not share your individual responses or contact information with any other organization. Thank you!

 

Complete la Encuesta de Viajero de Denver 2017!

Complete la encuesta en español

Este estudio está patrocinado por Northeast Transportation Connections (NETC) y la Ciudad y Condado de Denver, y anualmente se realiza cada otoño para entender mejor los hábitos de los desplazamientos de los empleados en el noreste de Denver. La encuesta debería tener unos 5-10 minutos.

Al final de la encuesta, usted tendrá la oportunidad de participar en un sorteo para ganar premios y tarjetas de regalo. No compartiremos su información de contacto o las respuestas individuales con ninguna otra organización.

 

 

 


An Important Message from Denver Water:

Starting in mid-October 2017 until May 2018, Denver Water and our contractor, T. Lowell Construction Company, Inc., will replace three water mains from the 1890s in your neighborhood. This important $3.5 million project will replace an aging piece of infrastructure and safeguard water quality. The new water main along Colorado Boulevard will also be enlarged to accommodate future growth in the area.

Project Location:

• Colorado Boulevard from Colfax Avenue to East 26th Avenue
• Montview Boulevard from Colorado Boulevard to Bellaire Street
• East 17th Avenue from Jackson Street to Colorado Boulevard

Construction Schedule:

We will be working along these routes in phases.

Phase 1: Colorado Blvd. from E. Colfax Ave. to E. 17th Ave.:
October 2017 – January 2018

Phase 2: E. 17th Ave. from Colorado Blvd. to Jackson St.:
October 2017 – January 2018

Phase 3: Colorado Blvd. from E. 17th Ave. to Montview Blvd.:
November 2017 – February 2018

Phase 4: Colorado Blvd. from Montview Blvd. to E. 23rd Ave.:
January 2018 – April 2018

Phase 5: Colorado Blvd. from E. 23rd Ave. to E. 26th Ave.:
February 2018 – May 2018

Phase 6: Montview Blvd. from Colorado Blvd. to Bellaire St.:
March 2018 – May 2018

Work Times and Traffic Impacts:

Our tentative plan is to complete most of the work for Colorado Boulevard overnight. We are planning to close the two easternmost northbound lanes of Colorado Boulevard SundayThursday7 p.m.-5 a.m.

The easternmost northbound lane will be completely closed along each phase for the duration of the project. RTD will relocate bus stops as needed.

Work times on Montview Boulevard and East 17th Avenue are planned to be MondayFriday8:30a.m.-3:30p.m. Two-way traffic will be maintained on these streets.

Project details and timeline will be posted to denverwater.org/pipes.

Denver Water is committed to being a good neighbor during construction. Please visit our website for more information on safety, equipment placement, construction hours, water interruption and other project impacts: bit.ly/GoodNeighborDW


Learn more about Denver’s Vision Zero Project:

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


Learn about dockless bike share:

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

 

Contacts for the new Bike Share systems:

Spin – Gino Wilkins – 415-756-3094 – gino@spin.pm

Limebike – Cesar Cardona – 510-508-2787 – cesar@limebike.com

Ofo – James Liao – 408-623-3421 – james.liao@ofobike.com


Learn more about the GO Bond:

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF PROJECTS


Learn about the Quebec Alternatives Multimodal Improvement Project:

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


Learn more about the Syracuse Street Corridor Study:

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


Learn more about the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Extension Project:

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO