“With the return of the annual Parade of Lights on Saturday, several bus and rail services in downtown Denver will be detoured or delayed, according to the Regional Transportation District. The parade is set to begin at 6 p.m., featuring floats, character balloons, marching bands and equestrian units. These displays will block several roadways … [Read more…]
“The green, easy and safe transportation or “GEST” carts are up and running in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood. “ read the entire article Channel 4 News 20 November 2020.
“From the Rockies to the Pacific, US cities are seeking to accommodate increasing populations amid housing shortages by growing up instead of out. A number of them, including this mile-high city hard against the Front Range, are considering projects that would construct some of the tallest buildings in the west. The towers are the … [Read more…]
“RTD’s Board of Directors approved changes to fares and pass programs that will be implemented early next year, including the introduction of a low-income program, an increased discount for riders between the ages of 6 and 19, and fare increases for Local, Regional and Airport trips. The new fare policy will maintain the EcoPass, … [Read more…]
“Due to repair and maintenance work, there will be no rail service on the D, F, H, and L lines between the 30th & Downing and Theatre District/Convention Center stations from Friday, September 14, at 8 p.m. to Monday, September 24, at 3 a.m. Bus shuttle service will be provided, so please allow extra … [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…]
“On July 1, Denver will receive an extra $7.4 million from the statewide transportation funding deal struck Tuesday at the capitol, according to the Denver Budget and Management Office. The city will receive an extra $2.2 million next year. In theory, the Colorado Department of Transportation could match the $10 million through its newly … [Read more…]
“With rising lease rates and a climbing cost of living, it’s no secret that Denver is feeling the pressure of rapid change and the growing pains that come along with it. Seemingly at the top of the Denver “hot list” is the RiNo Art District, a state-certified creative district in northeast Denver made up … [Read more…]
Name of Document: Public Works Slideshow at District 9 Registered Neighborhood Organization Meeting Date: 14 March 2018 view entire slide show as a PDF Highlights: Paving Plan Neighborhood Transportation Management Program (NTMP) Contact: Morgon Whitcomb, Neighborhood Transportation Manager Source: City of Denver email 15 March 2018.