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    New “HAWK” Traffic Signals to Enhance Pedestrian Safety in Denver

New “HAWK” Traffic Signals to Enhance Pedestrian Safety in Denver

DENVER – Denver Public Works is educating residents about two new High-intensity Activated crossWalks, known as HAWK signals, that are operating, starting today, along Martin Luther King Jr, Boulevard, just west of Havana in the Stapleton neighborhood. The signals stop vehicle drivers so pedestrians can safely cross.

People crossing MLK to access the new Eastbridge Town Center can now push a button to activate the HAWK signals. Drivers are required to stop when the lights are red. The signals were installed by Evergreen Development, in partnership with Forest City Stapleton, and will be operated and maintained by Denver Public Works.


Brighton Boulevard Corridor Construction Update

Week of April 16 Construction Activities:

Please remember that construction activities are weather dependent, which may impact scheduling.


Construction Information

  • New drainage installation
    -West side of Brighton Boulevard from 31st to 44th streets
    -East side of Brighton Boulevard from 29th to 31st streets

  • Water line replacements from 33rd to 36th streets and from 39th to 44th streets
    -Tenants will be notified in advance if service outages are required


Information for Drivers

  • Northbound Brighton Boulevard from 38th to 44th streets CLOSED starting mid-day April 14for several months

  • Detour:
    Detour Option 1: Head west on 38th Street, north on


Bike shelters are coming to the Central Park, Peoria, and Iliff transit stations!

NETC, RTD, and the City of Aurora are partnering to build secure bike shelters at the Central Park, Peoria, and Iliff transit stations! These shelters will allow commuters to lock up their bikes inside a weatherproof structure secured by a keycard entry system. These keycards will work seamlessly with already-existing systems such as Boulder’s Bus Then Bike shelters.



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HPTE and CDOT will host Central 70 Project Telephone Town Hall and Public Meeting, Feb. 15 and 16

Discussion will focus on the Public Private Partnership process and next steps

DENVER, Colo. –The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE) will host a public meeting and telephone town hall to provide an opportunity to learn more about the Public Private Partnership (P3) process for the Project, including selecting a developer and the next steps before construction. The telephone town hall will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 15,  and an in-person public meeting will be held on Thursday, Feb. 16.


Telephone Town Hall