It is Denver’s policy in transit-oriented development (TOD) areas and other mobility-rich locations to prioritize safety and convenience for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit-riders; minimize parking demand; and facilitate a shift to alternative modes of transportation by residents, visitors and workers.
Read transportation demand management (TDM) recommendations that are easily implemented by project developers and building owners. These measures are cost-effective and provide a richer experience for tenants and visitors.
Learn about the study involving the University RTD Station and the Colorado RTD Station completed by Transportation Solutions, working in cooperation with the City and County of Denver.
Read about the Revitalizing West Colfax study (PDF), sponsored by the Rose Center for Public Leadership.
In 2011, the City and County of Denver, along with its partners, received a joint U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Challenge Grant ($1.8 million) and U.S. Department of Transportation TIGER Grant ($1.2 million). Together, this grant was the foundation for the Denver Livability Partnership (DLP). The DLP worked to expand permanent affordable housing, improve access to jobs and create better multi-modal connectivity along Denver’s transit corridors.