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Apr 07, 2020
April marked the start of two annual DOTI work programs that make city streets safer and cleaner for all modes of travel.
Mar 16, 2020
Congratulations are once again in order for the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) Fleet Management Division. We’re excited to announce DOTI and Director of Fleet Management Brad Salazar were honored with the Excellence in Public Fleet or Mobility Management award!
Mar 02, 2020
Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) is working to cultivate a richer workplace environment for its employees with a series of events that encourage celebration of the city’s diverse culture and rich heritage.
Feb 13, 2020
Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is celebrating being named “Employer of the Year” by Women in Transportation Colorado (WTS). WTS is an organization for transportation professionals and students interested in transportation careers.
Jan 16, 2020
High Comfort. Safer Streets Save Lives. Significant Buildout. These phrases aren’t just random words. To Denver’s new Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI), they represent just some of the benefits of the rapid buildout of 125 miles of bike lanes we plan to deliver by 2023! The announcement was made January 16 at West 35th Avenue and Irving Street in Denver.
Dec 18, 2019
On December 10, Denver Public Works (DPW) employees were honored at the DPW Employee Recognition & Appreciation ceremony. Our vision is to be the ideal Public Works Department in the country and the following individuals exhibited one or more of DPW’s Seven Cultural Behaviors:
Dec 06, 2019
It’s the most *lane miles* Denver has ever paved in a single year…519 to be exact! With an additional $15 million from the Elevate Denver Bond Program, the city’s paving program grew by 20%, resulting in improvements to an additional 89 lane miles of street, or about 365 blocks, which is also 40 blocks more than originally planned at the start of the season!
Dec 05, 2019
Equipment Operators Richard Maciel and Mike Mascarenas had just finished eating their lunch on Friday, October 11 before resuming their route for the Denver Public Works Wastewater Management Division. That’s when they saw smoke.
Oct 16, 2019
On September 20, DPW and representatives from Denver City Council transformed three downtown parking spaces at 15th Street & Court Place into outdoor meeting spaces and areas to inform passersby about city programs and services. It was a huge success!
Oct 07, 2019
At a September gathering at Museo de las Americas (Museum of the Americas), DPW celebrated the many cultures and heritages of the Hispanic/Latino communities.