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Mar 04, 2020
In 2019, Denver ramped up efforts to make city streets safer with upgrades to pedestrian crossings, new bike lanes and stretches of sidewalk, operational improvements at dozens of intersections, speed limit reductions, and the conversion of more than 30,000 LED street lights citywide that make travel safer and people easier to see. The city is sharing a few of its recent safety success stories.
Feb 27, 2020
Today, Mayor Michael B. Hancock announced Denver’s plans to transform a one-block stretch of roadway between the city’s iconic Civic Center Park and City and County Building into a versatile public gathering space and event space that people can enjoy year-round.
Jan 13, 2020
Safer streets save lives and Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) is kicking off 2020 with upgrades to 15 intersections along East Colfax Avenue to enhance safety for all users and pedestrians, in particular. Colfax Avenue is one of the busiest pedestrian and transit corridors in Denver and is on the city’s High Injury Network – a term that refers to corridors with the highest number of fatal and serious injury crashes. Denver’s Vision Zero Action Plan calls for installation of safety treatments on Denver’s High Injury Network to reduce the number of people being killed and injured on city streets.