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Sep 28, 2020

Denver to Add Safety Treatments on Santa Fe Drive

Starting today, Denver’s Department of Transportation & Infrastructure (DOTI) will transform a stretch of Santa Fe Drive between 6th and Colfax Avenues into a safer street that aims to enhance the experience for people who walk the corridor, which is home of the Art District on Santa Fe, a popular destination for residents and visitors. For over two years, DOTI collaborated with the community to create a new street design for Santa Fe Drive within the Art District that will enhance safety for all users and pedestrians, in particular.

Sep 21, 2020

Denver to Replace 14th Avenue Bridge

As part of the Elevate Denver Bond Program, which voters approved in 2017 to fund critical improvements to infrastructure, Denver’s Department of Transportation & Infrastructure (DOTI) will replace a 60-year-old bridge on West 14th Avenue between north and southbound Speer Boulevard to preserve and extend the life of the bridge. DOTI will also make safety improvements for those who walk and bike over the bridge adding wider sidewalks and a new, raised bicycle track on the bridge. In addition, crews will upgrade the traffic signals and pedestrian ramps on West 14th Avenue at the intersections of north and southbound Speer Boulevard.

Sep 09, 2020

Denver to Convert Walnut Street to Two-Way Travel

In a few days, Walnut Street in the River North community will soon have a new look and feel to help calm traffic and improve circulation in the area. In conjunction with recent repaving efforts, Denver’s Department of Transportation & Infrastructure (DOTI) will convert a stretch of the corridor between Broadway and Downing from one-way to two-way travel. The conversion will create a safer street that reduces vehicle speeds, improves circulation for people walking, biking and driving, and better defines parking and loading zones.

Aug 31, 2020

DOTI to Resume Parking Enforcement Activities

On Tuesday, September 8, following observance of the Labor Day holiday, Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure, or DOTI, will resume additional parking enforcement activities suspended last March due to COVID-19.

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