Signage, signals, and other innovative features can improve experiences for Denver cyclists and help all road users know what to expect on different parts of the roadway.
There are currently special signals to direct bicycle traffic installed at several intersections in downtown Denver:
Denver Public Works is preparing citywide bicycle wayfinding procedures. The procedures are designed to guide in-house and locally sponsored bicycle wayfinding singnage initiatives within Denver. In 2016, PW will also introduce destination direction distance based bicycle wayfinding signs on D-1, D-6, D-9, and D-11 to complement these signs already in place on D-10.
The City is installing and studying bicycle detection at seven intersections across Denver. Following this study, the City will be prepared to expand the systems in 2016. Read more
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