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Inca Street path now open, looking north to new RTD stationInca Street Multi-Use Path

Lawson Construction Company is currently constructing the Inca Street Multi-Use Trail and 38th Avenue Underpass Project. The multi-use path will provide pedestrian and bicycle access to the planned commuter rail station located at 41st and Fox and will act as an extension to the Platte River Regional bike trail and the Inca Pedestrian Bridge. Underpass improvements will provide safer pedestrian travel at the 38th Avenue Underpass as well as provide refurbishment of the underpass walls, railing and lighting.

Project Updates

Summer 2016 — the 38th Avenue underpass between Jason Street and Fox Street is open to pedestrian traffic

February 2016

  • The Inca Street Multi-Use Path is now open from W. 38th Ave to W. 45th Ave.
  • Additional updates in the latest Project Fact Sheet (PDF)
 

Project Features

Inca Street from W. 38th to W.43rd Avenue

  • Removal and reinstallation of storm sewer pipe
  • Removal and replacement of asphalt paving
  • New curb and gutter installation
  • Multi-Use Path installation
  • Installation of wiring for street lighting (by Xcel)

38th Avenue Underpass

  • Retaining wall patching and painting
  • Replacement of curb, gutter and sidewalk
  • Replacement of pedestrian railing
  • Asphalt patching 
 

 
 
Project Status: Construction Complete

Major work on the multi-use path and underpass is complete and the areas are open to pedestrian and bicycle traffic.

Project Information

 

Contact Us

Denver Public Works
Kim Blair, P.E., Project Manager
kim.blair@denvergov.org

General Contractor
Lawson Construction Company
Jim Sampson, Project Manager

Public Information Manager
Patti Miers
PKM Design Group, Inc.
303-804-0080 | pkm@pkmdg.com