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Public Outreach

 
 
 
Transportation is the backbone of smart growth. The structure of the transportation network is the skeleton which supports smart growth or sprawling development. Source: www.smartgrowthamerica.org 
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 Focus Groups


Focus Group Discussion #2

Tuesday, January 31, 2006 and Wednesday February 1, 2006
The second round of Focus Group meetings for the three Pilot Travel sheds were held on January 31 and February 1.

Overview of the STP planning process and the Travel Shed Study Process [pdf 140kb] - January 25, 2006

  • "West Side" Travel Shed 4 [pdf 1.65mb] (Colfax to 6th Avenue, Sheridan to I-25) met on Tuesday, January 31, from 5:30pm - 7:00pm at Cowell Elementary (corner of 10th and Utica). Meeting Notes [pdf 20kb]
  • "Central Denver" Travel Shed 13 [pdf 562kb](Downing to York, 40th to I-25) met on Tuesday, January 31, from 7:00pm - 8:30pm at the Tears-McFarlane House (Headlund Hall), 1290 Williams (southeast corner of 13th and Williams). Meeting Notes [pdf 16kb]
  • "Quebec Area" Travel Shed 16 [pdf 557kb] (Monaco to Yosemite, Smith Road to Alameda) met on Wednesday, February 1, from 6:00pm - 8:00pm at the Stapleton Area TMA Office, 7350 E. 29th Ave., Ste. 300. Meeting Notes [pdf 16kb]

Focus Group Discussion #1
Tuesday, December 13, 2005 from 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Webb Building

The public participated in a focus group discussion for an in depth study and analysis of the three, selected pilot locations, called "Travel Sheds". The focus group started with a brief overview, and then broke into three smaller groups for focused discussion on the specific travel sheds:

  • Room 4.I.3: "West Side" Travel Shed 4, Colfax to 6th Avenue, Sheridan to I-25
  • Room 4.I.4: "Central Denver" Travel Shed 13, Downing to York, 40th to I-25
  • Room 4.I.5: "Quebec Area" Travel Shed 16, Monaco to Yosemite, Smith Road to Alameda
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