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Annual Bicycle Program 

Current Projects — 2018

PROJECT   TYPE  LANE MILES UPDATE 
Ulster: Princeton to Belleview
Buffered bike lane 2.8  
Montview: Monaco Pky to Central Pk Blvd Bike lane (restriping with improvements) 1.43  
E 23rd Ave: Dahlia St. to Quebec St Bike lane (restriping with improvements) 1.51  
Florida: Race to Monaco Bike lane 2.71  
S. Raleigh St.: Yale to W. Dartmouth Bike lane (restriping with improvements)
0.62  
Arapahoe/Lawrence Reinstall Protected bike lanes (restriping with improvements)  
19th Ave: Broadway to Clarkson Bike lane / Protected bike lane 0.5 Installed May 2018
20th Ave: Park Ave West to Grant Climbing lane 0.3 Installed May 2018
Brighton Blvd: 29th to 44th Protected bike lane 1.3  
Mansfield Avenue BBL: S. Monaco Pkwy to Tamarac Dr.
Buffered Bike Lane 0.9  
Knox Ct: Alameda to Kentucky
Neighborhood Bikeway 0.74  
W 35th Ave: Navajo to Sheridan Neighborhood Bikeway 2.77  
D-15 signage installation Wayfinding signage

 

D-18 signage installation Wayfinding signage

 

D-19 signage installation Wayfinding signage

 

D-22signage installation Wayfinding signage

 


Intersection Improvements Type
Garfield & Dakota Neighborhood Bikeway improvement
Garfield & Alameda Neighborhood Bikeway improvement
Garfield & 17th Neighborhood Bikeway improvement
12th and Colorado Neighborhood Bikeway improvement
21st and Broadway Bicycle intersection improvement
Knox/Alameda/Morrison Neighborhood Bikeway improvement
Franklin/Louisiana Bicycle intersection improvement
11th/Speer Bicycle intersection improvement
W 35th Ave at Raleigh Temporary Mini Traffic Circle
W 35th Ave at Julian Temporary Mini Traffic Circle
W 35th Ave at Newton Temporary Mini Traffic Circle
 

 

 

Recently Completed

2017 Highlights

  • Protected bike lanes on 14th Street and on 14th Avenue from the Cherry Creek Trail to Civic Center Park create more connections to downtown
  • Improved connections near in Southeast Denver near the Tech Center with a bike lane on Union Avenue from Monaco to Yosemite  
  • A bike lane on W 2nd Avenue in Barnum from the Weir Gulch Trail that leads to the South Platte River trail
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