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Baker NTMP — 2018-19

The Baker neighborhood was selected as the second neighborhood to go through the NTMP Action Plan collaboration process. Less than two (2) miles away from downtown Denver, the Baker neighborhood spans the area east of the South Platte River to Broadway, and north to south from W. 6th Avenue to E. Mississippi Avenue. Baker ranked second in the NTMP prioritization model which incorporated the following factors: growth pressure, safety, transportation equity, and multimodal.

The Baker Action Plan will identify and deliver 5-15 specific, near-term transportation and mobility enhancement projects, while highlighting the longer term actions. The process to develop the Action Plan will take approximately five (5) months, beginning in December 2018.

The NTMP will collect and gather community feedback and ideas on local transportation priorities, issues and enhancements which will inform the 5-15 neighborhood-scale transportation projects to be delivered late Summer/Fall 2019.


Public Survey Summary — March 2019

There were 246 responses to the first online survey, which opened November 16, 2018 and closed January 16, 2019.
Read a summary of the survey results (PDF)

 

Outreach Materials

Wednesday, May 8th, 5 PM to 7 PM
Hirschfeld Towers (Community Room)
333 W Ellsworth Ave, Denver, CO 80223

People who live, work and play in Baker Neighborhood have a voice in developing local transportation and mobility projects. We are asking for your input and feedback in reviewing and prioritizing neighborhood transportation and parking management improvements to be installed in 2019 and 2020. The projects and parking management recommendations were developed from survey results and meeting input from the first public meeting which was held on December 6, 2018.

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Materials

 

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Schedule

  • October 2018 – Launch
  • November 2018 – Neighborhood Survey Opened
  • December 2018 - First Public Open House 
  • January 2018 – Neighborhood Survey Closed (Jan. 16)
  • May 2019 - Second Public Open House
  • May 2019 – Neighborhood Feedback Survey Opens
  • Summer 2019 - Draft of proposed projects
  • Summer/Fall 2019 - Project list finalized, installation begins
  • 2020 - Project Complete