Denver Public Works has many projects underway related to current and planned transit-related infrastructure, such as increasing access to new transit stations and prioritizing multi-modal planning and studies.
Under Construction: a new pedestrian and bike connection between the River North, Curtis Park and Cole neighborhoods and the future Regional Transportation District (RTD) 38th & Blake commuter rail station on the A Line. Opening in 2016.
Under Construction: an underpass at 38th Avenue to provide pedestrian and bicycle access to the planned commuter rail station located at 41st and Fox and will act as an extension to the Platte River Regional bike trail and the Inca Pedestrian Bridge. Opening in 2016.
Under Construction: constructing new sidewalks immediately surrounding the station and making improvements to the existing Blake Street Bridge over 38th Street to enhance vehicle and pedestrian safety. Opening in 2016.
Planning & Design: reviewing designs and options for a Bus Rapid Transit corridor along Colfax between Aurora and downtown Denver.
Transit Oriented Development
With transit investment and usage increasing throughout the Denver metro area, the City and County of Denver is committed to creating communities around rail stations, supporting new neighborhoods and revitalizing existing areas. Read more about Denver's TOD Strategic Plan