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Bicycling in Denver

Denver is committed to creating a bicycling network where every household is within a quarter mile (2-minute bike ride) of a comfortable and low-stress bicycle facility. In order to achieve this multi-modal transportation goal, Public Works is continually making improvements to bicycling infrastructure in Denver. This work includes installing bike parking, bike lanes, signage and bicycle detection.

News & Updates

graphic showing new road configuration, with bike lane between raised curb and sidewalkIn July, Denver Public Works installed improvements to the existing bike lane on 14th Street from Market Street to Colfax, turning a striped bike lane into a parking-protected bike lane from Market to Court Place, with a raised concrete curb and a row of parking separating bike and vehicle traffic. 

On the last block of 14th Street, from Court Place to Colfax Avenue, the bike lane is buffered, providing additional separation between bikes and vehicular traffic. At Colfax, 14th Street connects to the bike lane on Bannock Street.

As part of the Denver Moves Program, the City and County of Denver is developing new bicycle facilities along Syracuse Street between 8th Ave and 26th Ave and we want your help. 

Learn more about the study area and planned improvements

The Denver Bike Map has been updated for 2017 — including our most recent projects and those currently underway, as well as helpful tips for using enhanced bikeways, taking your bike on transit, and staying safe on our streets and trails. 

The online map is now available; printed copies will be available for free at Denver recreation centers, city council offices, and bike shops. Get a bike map today and get riding!

marked protected bike lane with Colorado Capitol building in the backgroundThis new protected lane on 14th Avenue begins at the Cherry Creek Trail at Speer and continues to Civic Center Park, providing easy access to popular central downtown destinations from the west.  

logo: Vision ZeroKeep up with Vision Zero Denver and tell us about your experiences on the city's roadways. The city has created an interactive online tool that allows residents and commuters to share their feedback about transportation safety.

Take the survey at — select a location and add it to the map to share your voice!


In September 2015, Denver Public Works launched the Denver Moves Broadway study to explore options for making Broadway/Lincoln a safer and more vibrant place for all travelers between Colfax and I-25. 

Denver Moves Broadway Lincoln Corridor Study logo

The City collaborated with businesses and community members to develop recommendations for Broadway and Lincoln. Learn more about the next phase of the study and find opportunities to get involved at

Report a Problem

Let us know about damage or debris on the street, ice on paths or trails, or broken or missing signs and signals. Report hazardous conditions and problems online, or via mobile app 24/7, to get help with city services.

Or Contact 311 By Phone

Within Denver: Dial 3-1-1
Outside Denver: 720-913-1311
Emergencies: 911
TTY Service: 720-913-8479


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