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The Transportation and Infrastructure Advisory Board has 19 members and meets monthly to advise on policy, operations and budget.
Mayor Michael B. Hancock, District 11 City Councilwoman Stacie Gilmore, city leadership and community leaders joined together Wednesday to break ground on and kickstart the $40 million 56th Avenue Travel and Safety Improvement Project.
Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) is taking a new approach to repairing hazardous sidewalks in the city, tying them to other concrete repairs planned on an annual basis to maximize efficiency and use of general fund dollars.
Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure has lowered the posted speed limit on Santa Fe Drive from 6th Avenue to Colfax Avenue, going from 30 mph to 25 mph after traffic calming measures introduced along the corridor proved effective in reducing driver speeds.
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Meeting of the Denver Transportation and Infrastructure Advisory Board held the second Monday of every month.
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