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Jun 12, 2020
DOTI is working on a project that will create a safer, more convenient connection for people who walk and ride bikes on the High Line Canal Trail.
May 10, 2020
DOTI has installed a new safety treatment at 28 intersections along East Colfax Avenue from Grant Street to Yosemite Street, known as a Leading Pedestrian Interval, or LPI.
Apr 23, 2020
DOTI has installed a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) at East 1st Avenue and Cook Street to help facilitate pedestrian and bike crossing movements east of the Cherry Creek shopping area.
Apr 7, 2020
In April, Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure temporarily closed select streets to thru-traffic to create more space for Denver residents to walk, bike and run while complying with COVD-19 physical distancing requirements. By officially closing some areas to vehicle thru-traffic to allow people to enjoy the outdoors, the city hopes to provide a safer experience in alignment with its Vision Zero efforts to provide safer streets for all.
Mar 10, 2020
In 2019, Denver ramped up efforts to make city streets safer with upgrades to pedestrian crossings, new bike lanes and stretches of sidewalk, operational improvements at dozens of intersections, speed limit reductions, and the conversion of more than 30,000 LED street lights citywide that make travel safer and people easier to see. Now we’re sharing a few of our recent safety success stories.
Jan 14, 2020
Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) is kicking off 2020 with upgrades to 15 intersections along East Colfax Avenue – one of the busiest pedestrian and transit corridors in the City.
Nov 18, 2019
Representatives of the Denver Streets Partnership, City and County of Denver, and Denver City Council gathered with residents at a candlelight vigil on Sunday, November 17, in Civic Center Park to honor victims of traffic crashes in Denver. The vigil coincided with the United Nations World Day of Remembrance for victims of road traffic crashes and their families.
Nov 6, 2019
This week, a Denver Public Works crew completed changing out speed limit signs along East 56th Avenue, reducing the speed limit from 45mph to 40mph from Quebec Street to Tower Road. In early October, speeds were reduced on Peoria Street from 47th to 39th Avenues from 40 to 35mph.
Nov 5, 2019
Denver Public Works has launched a new effort to improve safety and slow drivers as they approach DPW work sites. The Department has purchased five (5) vehicle-mounted speed feedback signs that attach to fleet vehicles parked alongside traffic operations crews. The signs are turned on when crews are working and let drivers know how fast they’re going as they pass DPW workers.
Oct 21, 2019
Denver Public Works has installed red-colored “bus only” markings on 15th Street Downtown to designate a new 24-hour transit lane from Court Place to Larimer Street.