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Review Draft Recommendations by October 21st!

The East Yale Avenue Corridor Study wants to hear from you! The Study has launched an interactive map to gather comments and feedback about proposed corridor improvements now through October 21st. Review recommendations and add your comments here

East Yale Avenue Corridor Study Draft Recommendations Map

Please click here to access this map to provide input.

East Yale Avenue Corridor Study

Downing Street to High Line Canal

East Yale Avenue provides a vital link between Denver neighborhoods. This corridor spans from the High Line Canal, under Interstate 25, and through six of Denver’s 78 city neighborhoods, including:

  • University Park
  • Wellshire
  • University
  • University Hills
  • Hampden
  • Goldsmith

The Denver Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) is studying the East Yale Avenue Corridor from Downing Street to the High Line Canal trail connection to create a package of projects that puts people first.

We’re working with the community to identify potential projects that will improve conditions for everyone who walks, bikes, takes transit and drives.  Check out our Frequently Asked Questions and email YaleCorridor@denvergov.org to be added to the project mailing list.

 

Virtual Open House

If you missed the Yale Avenue Corridor Study Virtual Open House #2 on September 17, 2020, you can now watch a recording of the meeting.

If you missed the Yale Avenue Corridor Study Virtual Open House #1 on April 29, 2020, you can now watch a recording of the meeting.

 
 
 
Project Updates

Draft recommendations will be ready for public review this fall, and the study will conclude spring 2021. 


Council District: 4 and 6

Neighborhoods: Goldsmith, Hampden, University, University Hills, University Park, and Wellshire