November 2020 Virtual Open House Recap
Thanks to everyone who attended the virtual open house on Nov. 17 to learn more about the 56th Avenue Travel and Safety Improvements Project and the Green Valley Ranch Boulevard Project. DOTI enjoyed sharing information with the community and hearing what's important to the neighborhood.
If you were unable to attend the virtual open house, please visit our virtual platform to view the meeting recording, review project information presented at the meeting and submit any questions, comments or general feedback to the project team.
As part of the Elevate Denver Bond Program, which voters approved in 2017 to help make our streets safer and more efficient for everyone, Denver's Department of Transportation & Infrastructure, or DOTI, will make several improvements along 56th Avenue from Peoria Street to Pena Boulevard to help move more people, safely, whether they’re in a car, on a bike, on foot or taking transit. The project, which is still in the design stages, will incorporate the following enhancements along this highly-traveled stretch of 56th Avenue:
56th Avenue serves as a major east-west regional thoroughfare and a major connection to Denver International Airport (DEN) and the Montbello and Parkfield neighborhoods. Construction is expected to begin late summer/early fall 2021.
The goals of this project are to:
56th Avenue Studies & Related Plans: