This study is part of the Denver Regional Council of Governments' Corridor Planning Program. This corridor was selected because it is currently as a corridor on the High Injury Network in the Denver Regional Council of Government’s Taking Action of Regional Vision Zero Plan, is identified in the 2019 RTD Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study and Denver Moves: Transit, and is currently included in the 2050 Regional Transportation Plan.

Using public outreach, stakeholder engagement, and technical analysis:

  • Identify and assess mobility and safety issues along Alameda Avenue for all modes.
  • Develop recommendations for improving transportation safety, comfort, and convenience for users of all modes.

The Denver Regional Council of Governments, with support from:

  • City of Lakewood
  • City and County of Denver
  • City of Glendale
  • City of Aurora
  • Regional Transportation District
  • Colorado Department of Transportation

The 14-mile stretch of Alameda Avenue between Wadsworth Boulevard in Lakewood and Sable Boulevard in Aurora.

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