Upcoming South Central Community Transportation Network Virtual Open House
Tuesday, April 27 from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Join Denver Community Transportation Networks for a South Central Virtual Open House on Tuesday, April 27 from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. The project team will share what we’ve heard through the outreach process and changes made based on feedback collected to date. We will also provide updates regarding new projects, schedules and next steps as some projects are anticipated to be installed this year.
You may join the South Central CTN Virtual Open House on April 27 at 5:30 p.m. by computer or phone
Join by computer: http://bit.ly/SCCTNPublicMeeting
Join by phone: 877-853-5257 (enter webinar ID: 834 1073 0144)
For public accommodation requests/concerns, please contact: DisabilityAccess@denvergov.org.
Open captioning via Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) can be provided upon request with at least a three (3) business day notice, please contact: SignLanguageServices@denvergov.org.
For additional public accommodation requests/concerns, please contact: DisabilityAccess@denvergov.org.
South Central Area Meeting
Interactive Map Tool Input
Thank you to all community members who provided feedback and completed a survey through our interactive mapping tool. The map tool is now closed to new comments, but feel free to review what others have added by navigating to the map tool and clicking on the area you are interested in. The Denver Department of Transportation and Infrastructure will incorporate the feedback provided through this mapping tool to develop recommendations in Northwest, Central, and South Central Denver.
About Community Transportation Networks
Denver has experienced rapid growth over the last decade and we began hearing concerns from the community about increased traffic congestion and lack of viable alternatives to driving. The Mayor’s Mobility Action Plan, released in 2017, recognized that bold efforts were needed to keep people moving in our city, safely, and supported a shift in Denver’s transportation system, which has historically prioritized travel by car. This requires we make changes to our streets, and Denver’s Department of Transportation & Infrastructure is working with residents on ways to do that in their communities.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is committed to creating a bike network that connects people to the places they want to go, and achieving a network of better bike facilities in Denver that make it more comfortable, safe, and accessible for people to ride bikes. Through 2024, Denver will be concentrating in three areas to implement a system of bikeways:
- South Central