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Denver Recommends Bus Rapid Transit for East Colfax
Friday, August 15, 2014 (1454 reads)


The City and County of Denver announces its preliminary recommendation to implement Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) on the 10-mile Colfax Avenue Corridor between Auraria Campus and the Anschutz Medical Campus. Denver is seeking public feedback on the recommendation at Colfax Corridor Connections public meetings scheduled for August 26 and 27.

View the study information sheet HERE



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July 2014 Update
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 (496 reads)


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. 



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June 2013 Update
Thursday, June 27, 2013 (1240 reads)


The Colfax Corridor Connections team wants to take a moment to update you on progress being made on the project. Denver, Aurora and RTD are working collaboratively to achieve the project goal of improving transit and overall mobility within the East Colfax Avenue travel corridor now and over the next 25 years. The corridor is roughly bounded by I-25 and I-225 to the west and east, respectively, and by 12th Avenue and 20th Avenue on the south and north.

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January 2013 E-Newsletter
Wednesday, March 06, 2013 (911 reads)


Denver Public Works, in coordination with the City of Aurora, will host a second round of public meetings seeking input regarding the Colfax Corridor Connections project.

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Colfax Corridor Connections E-update: November 2012
Monday, November 19, 2012 (1215 reads)


After introducing Colfax Corridor Connections in September 2012, the project team gathered community input throughout the fall to help inform the transit and mobility study. Technically known as Public Scoping, this phase defined the study and sought input on the challenges and opportunities for improving transportation in the East Colfax corridor. 



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