Denver Public Works is reconstructing a stretch of South Broadway from Kentucky to Arizona and a section of Mississippi Avenue between the Consolidated Main Line (CML) Railway and Sherman Street. Construction began in March 2016 and was completed in July 2017 to improve the roadway surface and enhance mobility for all users.
The project also promotes future transit-oriented development surrounding the RTD I-25 & Broadway Light Rail Transit Station.
Denver Public Works has completed the reconstruction of South Broadway from Kentucky to Arizona and a section of Mississippi Avenue between the Consolidated Main Line (CML) Railway and Sherman Street. The $12 million project, underway for the past 16 months, has significantly improved overall mobility along the corridor for people on bikes, foot and in vehicles. Continue reading
Construction Overview and Update (PDF)
We are excited to announce that the South Broadway Reconstruction project is 75 percent complete. Thanks to warmer weather, the team is on track to finish work early (weather permitting), with full use of roads as early as two months before the designated completion in late August. Work on Mississippi west of South Broadway should be complete before Memorial Day weekend. This will include a beautiful new elevated walkway.
Streetscaping and landscaping are expected to be done in June, including new streetscaping features with brick pavers and landscaping planters, as well as amenities such as new bike racks, new trash receptacles, and new benches to relax and take in the gorgeous Colorado views.
The project team is grateful to area businesses and residents for their continued patience during construction!
The South Broadway project has been divided into a series of six construction phases. The project is expected to be completed by the summer of 2017.
Phase 1 — Complete