With the Delta variant surging, Denver has issued new public health orders requiring pre-K through 12th-grade students to wear masks at school and requiring city employees and some private-sector workers in high-risk settings to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Bicycles provide a travel option that is convenient, affordable, has health benefits, and helps ease congestion. These are all elements that are part of the community’s vision for a healthier and more vibrant city. By building out Denver’s bicycle network and creating a comfortable space for people to ride, DOTI is helping to realize this vision.
Goal: 125 miles by December 2023
Learn about how DOTI is building out Denver's bicycle network to create comfortable spaces to rides, and see the list of projects underway for design and construction in the next few years.
Trail maps, parking information, bicycle registration, and more ways to improve your trips on two wheels.
Your voice counts! Your best opportunity to stay informed is through our project mailing lists. We also encourage you to attend public meetings and participate in surveys about current bike projects throughout the City.
In the 2019 adopted Northeast Area Plan, the Montbello community called for streets to be connected, safe, and equitable. This year, Denver's Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is designing changes to four streets in Montbello to provide greater safety and mobility options in the neighborhood.
Bicycle parking is an important element to Denver’s mobility system. Providing parking for bicycles near employment, retail, and other destinations ensures equitable options for multimodal transportation. Adequate bicycle parking is good for business, increases ridership, offers an alternative to driving, and decreases the demand for automobile parking.
Download a Denver Bike Map!(PDF, 6MB)