Alternatives Analysis

Colfax Corridor Connections is evaluating a wide range of transit and multimodal alternatives to address mobility needs in the East Colfax corridor.  The alternatives analysis and related environmental study will be completed in the following four phases. There will be opportunities for public review and input in each phase of the project schedule:
  • Phase 1: Public Scoping (Complete: Fall 2012) – Create the list of options for meeting mobility and transit needs in the corridor. 
  • Phase 2: Alternatives Analysis (Complete: Winter 2013) –  Conduct increasingly detailed evaluation of alternatives to eliminate flawed alternatives and identify those that best meet the needs of the corridor with the least environmental impact.
  • Phase 3: Conceptual Engineering/Environmental Analysis (In Progress) – Provide greater analysis on selected alternatives. 
  • Phase 4: Environmental Assessment (Dependent on Phase 3) – Present a final decision document reflecting results of the analysis.

As Colfax Corridor Connections progresses, this page will be updated to provide detailed information about the transit alternatives being evaluated by the project.

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Project Manager
Tykus R. Holloway, PE, AICP
Denver Public Works
720.913.8812 
tykus.holloway@denvergov.org 

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The Colfax Corridor Connections team is wrapping up a year of technical analysis of the project’s three remaining alternatives (Enhanced Bus, Bus Rapid Transit and Modern Streetcar) as part of the transit Alternatives Analysis phase of the project. This summer/fall, the City will provide the public with additional information and feedback opportunities on the available options for improving mobility in the East Colfax Avenue travel corridor now and over the next 25 years.

Coming this summer:

  • Project updates on the website
  • Public meetings with opportunities to provide feedback on the project and next steps at the meetings and/or electronically through email and the website 


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