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Belleview Corridor Multimodal Transportation Plan


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The Belleview Corridor Multimodal Transportation Plan is intended to identify and evaluate the needs, feasibility, and priorities for multi-modal transportation improvements within Denver’s north Belleview corridor area. External multimodal connections were also evaluated, including those for the RTD light rail and bus routes, CDOT Bustang, regional bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and other significant multimodal connections.

This plan evaluated each of the major travel modes currently available within the study area for people driving and taking rideshare, taking transit, walking, and biking and provide recommendations to enhance:

  • Operating and physical characteristics
  • Degree to which each mode is currently being utilized
  • Degree of connectivity to other travel modes
  • System gaps and opportunities to improve connectivity between travel modes
  • Major infrastructure deficiencies, such as lack of low-stress bicycle and pedestrian facilities, transit stops and amenities, interchange operational or safety problems, missing or deficient sidewalks, poor traffic signal operations, etc.

Additionally, this plan coordinated with the I-25 & Belleview NEPA Study underway and led by Greenwood Village in partnership with the City and County of Denver, Arapahoe County, CDOT and Denver South Economic Development Partnership.

Project Information

The project area is generally defined as S. Monaco St. on the west; E. Belleview Ave. on the south; S. Yosemite St on the east; and E. Quincy Ave on the north.

map of project area


Reference Documents

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Jane Boand, Senior Planner
Denver Public Works


Josh Mehlem, Project Consultant
Apex Design, PC