The Hampden Avenue corridor is a critical east-west arterial near the southern limits of the City and County of Denver serving residents, visitors, shoppers, and employers. The vision for Hampden Avenue is to increase corridor connectivity and provide multimodal options that are safe and comfortable for all users, better reflecting the needs and desires of the community. The goal of the study is to identify improvements that can be implemented in the near- and long-term.
The Hampden Corridor team wants to hear your priorities and vision for the future of Hampden Avenue. The future of Hampden Avenue requires input from all users and community members — please complete this short survey to share your ideas and feedback with the project team.
This study will examine all forms of travel along the Hampden Corridor, including walking, driving, and taking transit. The study will also evaluate opportunities for mobility improvements:
Multimodal Safety and Connectivity
Land Use and Place-Making
This corridor study began in early summer 2017 and is expected to be completed in spring 2018. There will be community input opportunities throughout the study – we’ll post announcements on this website and through email notifications.
In Fall 2016, Councilwoman Black (District 4) held a visioning series to gather ideas of what Southeast Denver residents want. Over 1,500 participated in the online survey and 300 attended the two workshops. Overwhelming, the results showed Southeast residents love their corner of Denver, but want it to be more walkable, with local restaurants, retail and places to meet and linger.
The Hampden Corridor Study team was at the South by Southeast Community Festival in Bible Park on August 19th asking the community about their priorities for the Hampden Corridor from University to Galena. More than 350 people stopped by to say what they love about Hampden, what they want changed and what was most important to them. Easing traffic congestion on the road was a top priority. Bike lanes and improved sidewalks and crosswalks was another top priority the team heard.