With bicycling increasing in Denver, Public Works is always making improvements to bicycling infrastructure, such as bike lanes, sharrows, and now the 15th Street Bikeway. For more details on our latest progress, visit our infrastructure projects page.
The newest bike lanes to the growing bicycle infrastructure system include Globeville, Park Hill, and LoHi. These include:
- W 1st Ave between Sheridan and Knox Ct (buffered bike lane)
- MLK Blvd between Quebec St and Central Park Blvd (buffered bike lane)
- 26th Ave between Colorado Blvd and Quebec St
- E 47th Ave between Lincoln and Washington Streets
On February 11, 2015, Denver Public Works submitted a Bicycle Friendly Community renewal application on behalf of the Denver bicycling community. View the final application, additional submittals, and sign up to be a local reviewer of Denver's application in the Get Involved section of our website.
Over 100 people attended our October 7, 2014 Denver Moves public open house focusing on a citywide Enhanced Bikeways Plan. If you missed the event or are interested in learning more about the information that was presented, visit the Bicycle Program Planning page.