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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 has determined that a damaged sanitary sewer pipe discovered by crews implementing a travel and safety improvement project on East 56th Avenue (damage not caused by their construction activities) will need to be replaced rather than repaired to ensure the integrity of the pipe for years to come.
City Council today approved Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s 2023 Budget, his final budget as Mayor of Denver, a fiscally sound and responsible plan rooted in equity and inclusion that will support our city’s continued recovery while also investing in programs and services that will have generational impacts.
Beginning next week, the City and County of Denver will expand its free on-demand ride share service – the Denver Connector – to the Globeville and Elyria-Swansea (GES) neighborhoods.
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Meeting of the Denver Transportation and Infrastructure Advisory Board held the second Monday of every month.
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