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The Colfax Corridor Connections team invites you to attend a third round of public meetings to discuss findings and gather input on recommendations to address transit mobility and accessibility in the Colfax Avenue corridor between I-25 and I-225:


Denver Public Meeting: Tuesday, August 26, 2014

5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (presentation at 6 p.m.)

Knights of Columbus Hall

1555 Grant Street, Denver, CO 80203

-This location is served by RTD bus routes: 6, 10, 15, 15L and 20

-Bike racks available near main entrance

-Free vehicular parking in lot at southeast corner of 16th Ave. and Grant St.


Aurora Public Meeting: Wednesday, August 27, 2014

5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (presentation at 6 p.m.)

North Middle School

12095 Montview Boulevard, Aurora, CO 80010

-This location is served by RTD bus routes: 20, 89 and 121

-Bike racks available near main entrance

-Public access to the school through the main (south) doors only -- free vehicular parking in the lot on the south side of school


Both meetings will present the same information and provide opportunities for community members to submit feedback to the project team. More August 2014 Public Meeting HERE

All comments will be documented and used to help the City and County of Denver make decisions in the corridor. 
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Community participation is essential to the success of Colfax Corridor Connections. The project team has and will continue to forge many partnerships within the community to engage those who work, live, travel and play around East Colfax. The following programs engage a broad and diverse group of people interested in improved mobility within the corridor.

Community Partnership Program: A network of organizations (e.g. neighborhood groups, business groups, recreation centers, churches, universities) are partnering with us to share information about the project with their memberships and encourage participation. These organizations will provide project information (e.g. newsletter articles, handouts, presentations) to their members at important project milestones. If your organization is interested in participating in the Community Partnership Program, contact    

Barbershop/Coffeeshop Tour: Information about Colfax Corridor Connections is available at easily identifiable community gathering places on East Colfax. Many businesses and organizations have volunteered to provide information about the study, public meetings and other ways to get involved. If your organization is interested in providing project information, contact

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Tykus R. Holloway, PE, AICP 

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