A Connected Multi-Modal City integrates technology with the built environment to provide flexible, affordable, and accessible multi-modal transportation options for everyone.
Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) are applications that provide an innovative approach to how transportation and traffic are handled on a large scale. These smart technologies include wireless communications, car navigation, traffic signal regulation, and more.
ATCMTD is a federal grant that deploys technology to address traffic congestion and safety. This $12M ($6M grant, $6M match) effort leverages internal city staff, consultants, and vendors and focuses on:
GoDenver is a mobile app that allows users to find the quickest, cheapest, or greenest way to move from point A to point B. The current platform focuses on addressing all your travel needs in a single app and trip planning. The long-term goal is that the app will allow users to book and purchase the trip directly from their smartphone.
The City and County of Denver, Denver Public Schools (DPS), and RTD are working together to offer a free RTD pass to all school-age children in Denver. Currently, the MyDenver card provides youth, ages 5-18, free access to recreation centers, pools, and cultural facilities.
Please Note: This project is currently on hold while RTD finalizes its’ pass programs.
With innovative technology, kiosks will give users a way to reserve or help drivers who have not pre-planned to find parking faster, reducing congestion-causing circling and driver frustration.
Vision Zero is a proven, data-driven approach to reducing transportation-related injuries and saving lives. Vision Zero is a transportation safety philosophy that was works toward the only acceptable number of traffic deaths and serious injuries: zero.
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Implement and support programs that reduce Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) and Single Occupancy Vehicle (SOV) trips made by all residents, employees, and visitors to Denver.
"In December 2015, we launched our Smart City Challenge, asking mid-sized cities across America to develop ideas for an integrated, first-of-its-kind smart transportation system that would use data, applications, and technology to help people and goods move more quickly, cheaply, and efficiently."
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