The Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center (NWCO) Parking and Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Study will address the needs for the existing National Western Complex and Denver Coliseum, and the future phased development of the National Western Center (NWC) campus. The study will include strategies and recommendations for parking, multi-modal opportunities and TDM improvements that will be scalable in coordination with redevelopment of the National Western Center campus, and will leverage other transportation infrastructure investments by the City and RTD in the area. The Plan will address vehicular, transit, bicycle and pedestrian traffic and the network will tie into the larger regional network being studied under the North Denver Cornerstone Collaborative (NDCC) Master Mobility Plan.
The Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center’s (NWCO) Parking and Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Technical Study has concluded and the final report is now available online.
Thank you to all the stakeholders who provided direction and helped bring the study to completion. The project team will present the study report to the National Western Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) in February. The National Western Center is already beginning to consider how best to incorporate the study results into the campus placemaking efforts. The Parking and TDM Technical Study is one (of many) steps in designing mobility, parking, and TDM for the campus.
The study has concluded and the final report is available at NationalWesternCenter.com
The project team worked with technical experts and partners to identify concerns and opportunities related to multi-modal resources. An community open house was held in June 2017 to discuss concepts with community. The project team will post progress on the project website and present to the National Western Cititzens Advisory Committee (CAC) in February 2018.