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Denver Moves: Pedestrians

To develop and support a fully connected multi-modal transportation network, the city regularly studies and reviews current and future needs to set priorities and allocate resources. These planning projects reflect the dynamic conditions in Denver today and help us serve residents in the short and long term.


Denver Moves: Pedestrians & Trails

Denver is creating a safe, reliable and cost-effective transportation system, providing people with more choices and the freedom to get around town. The Denver Moves: Pedestrians & Trails plan will examine how we can make walking a viable and primary mobility choice for people. It will work to improve our streets and streetscapes for pedestrians and cyclists, to connect them to Denver’s robust off-street trail network.

With input from the community, the plan will

  • Identify mobility needs
  • Lay out citywide values and a shared vision
  • Define priorities for improving and completing Denver’s pedestrian network
  • Determine costs and evaluate necessary funding mechanisms and policies

Denver Moves: Pedestrians & Trails is currently in draft form and is open to public comment through December 11. The final plan is expected to be delivered in late 2017. Learn more and read the public draft on the Denveright website