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Annual Bicycle Program 

2017 Denver Bicycle Implementation Program draft; map of Denver area with proposed and existing bike projects

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Current Projects — 2017

14th Ave: Speer to Bannock Protected bike lane

Final Design Open House - August 2 Presentation (PDF)
Roll Plot (PDF - 6MB)

14th St: Market to Colfax Protected bike lane

Open House – May 3

Union: Monaco to Yosemite Bike lane  
E 25th Ave: Gaylord to 22nd Bike lane / sharrows  
E 28th Ave: Josephine to Champa Bike lane / sharrows  
W 46th Ave: Sheridan to Tennyson Buffered bike lane  
W 2nd Ave: Bryant to Lowell Bike lane  
Wynkoop St: SPRT to 18th St Bike lane upgrades  
Tennessee: Broadway to Sherman Bike lane  
W 23rd Ave: Grove to Eliot Bike lane updgrades  
W 50th Ave: Zuni to Lowell Bike lane  
Zuni: 50th to 52nd Sharrows  
Tamarac: Hampden to Yale Bike lane  
Buchtel: University to Colorado Buffered bike lane  
Knox Ct: Alameda to Kentucky Neighborhood Bikeway  
W 35th Ave: Navajo to Sheridan Neighborhood Bikeway  
D-1 signage installation Wayfinding signage


D-6 signage installation Wayfinding signage  
D-9 signage installation Wayfinding signage  
D-11 signage installation Wayfinding signage  
19th Ave: Broadway to Clarkson Bike lane / Protected bike lane  
20th Ave: Park Ave West to Grant Climbing lane  
Brighton Blvd: 29th to 44th Protected bike lane  

Garfield & Dakota Neighborhood Bikeway improvement
Garfield & Alameda Neighborhood Bikeway improvement
Garfield & 17th Neighborhood Bikeway improvement
12th & Colorado Neighborhood Bikeway improvement
21st & Broadway Bicycle intersection improvement
Knox/Alameda/Morrison Neighborhood Bikeway improvement
Franklin/Louisiana Bicycle intersection improvement
11th & Speer Bicycle intersection improvement



Recently Completed

2016 Highlights

  • Demonstration project for Denver Moves Broadway, with a two-way protected bike lane study on South Broadway between Bayaud and Virginia
  • A protected bike lane on Stout Street and improvements to the bike lanes on Champa Street to connect the Five Points and Curtis Park neighborhoods to downtown
  • A buffered bike lane on E 47th Ave providing safer multimodal travel options in Elyria-Swansea
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