“Starting next week, Denver transportation workers will begin ending the temporary Shared Streets Initiative that began during the pandemic as a way to promote social distancing. The program designated streets where people could safely walk, roll and recreate while maintaining some distance from one another. Areas prioritized for shared streets were those with greater … [Read more…]
Neighborhood Transportation Management Program (NTMP) Brochure May 2018 PDF “Denver is growing and changing. Every year since 2010, an additional 15,000-20,000 people have moved to the City and County of Denver. This growth has put pressure on the City’s transportation system and is changing the way people travel through and between neighborhoods. To help … [Read more…]
“Five Points Walk Score: 82 Transit Score: 70 Bike Score: 94 Just north of downtown, Five Points is a great choice for anyone who doesn’t have a car. It’s close to everything, including Union Station, Coors Field and everything downtown Denver has to offer.” read the entire article Sevits, Kurt. Channel 7 … [Read more…]
“Five Points and RiNo Bicycle Parking Questionnaire The City and County of Denver is partnering with the University of Colorado Denver to understand factors generating bicycle parking demand in the Five Points and RiNo areas.” complete the survey in google docs Google Docs 31 March 2015.
Curtis Park Neighbors – Newsletter November 2014 PDF source: Joel Noble email 2 November 2014
INC Transportation Committee Meeting Notes July 10, 2014 read the minutes on the INC website Contact:Geneva Hooten “Golden Triangle Neighborhood Plan’s Vision for Lincoln/Broadway — Chris Gleissner and Sarah Showalter, Senior City Planners, Denver Community Planning and Development Denver Bike Sharing — Nick Bohnenkamp, Executive Director Neighborhood Slow Zones to Reduce Accidents & Fatalities — … [Read more…]