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The Transportation and Infrastructure Advisory Board has 19 members and meets monthly to advise on policy, operations and budget.
Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is excited to announce it has reopened West 8th Avenue over the South Platte River after closing the stretch last September so that crews could replace a decades old bridge in the Sun Valley and Lincoln Park neighborhoods between Zuni Street and Federal Boulevard.
Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI), through its citywide transportation planning effort, Denver Moves Everyone (DME) 2050, has launched a third round of public engagement, and wants to hear from residents on what types of transportation projects they want to see in the future in the Mile High City.
The City and County of Denver released its 2022 update to the Solid Waste Master Plan for the city. The primary vision of this plan is to divert 50% of all solid waste away from the landfill and to recycling or composting by 2027 and to increase that rate to 70% by 2032.
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Meeting of the Denver Transportation and Infrastructure Advisory Board held the second Monday of every month.
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