March 6, 2020
Denver Moves: Downtown Presents Draft Signature Projects
Open House Scheduled for March 25 at McNichols
Help us re-envision how people get around downtown Denver! Denver Department of Transportation & Infrastructure (DOTI) will be sharing draft signature projects as part of Denver Moves: Downtown, a planning effort that is a critical step in building a safer and adaptable transportation system that provides more travel options and meets future demand.
The project team is hosting an Open House on Wednesday, March 25, from 5:30-7:30pm at McNichols Civic Center Building where community members can learn more about the project and provide valuable input that will help inform further study of the recommended projects.
What: Denver Moves: Downtown Open House
When: Wednesday, March 25, 5:30-7:30pm
Where: McNichols Civic Center Building (144 W Colfax Ave, Denver, 80202)
Please note: the McNichols Civic Center Building is close to Civic Center Station with limited on-street parking available. To get a better sense of location, click the link provided.
Si necesita interpretación en español, contacte al 303-825-6100.
Sign language interpretation services will be provided upon request with a three business-day notice. Contact SignLanguageServices@denvergov.org.
Additional Project Information
Denver Moves: Downtown is a planning effort that is re-envisioning the city’s downtown transportation system. It will build off years of study and analysis to create a roadmap for implementing tangible near-term improvements that the hundreds of thousands of people who live, work, study, visit and play in downtown Denver will experience in the coming years, while also identifying a long-term vision for the future of mobility in the city’s center.
The effort is being led by the City and County of Denver, in collaboration with the Regional Transportation District and the Downtown Denver Partnership.
Visit the Denver Moves: Downtown website for more information.
Thank you for your continued support and involvement,
The Denver Moves: Downtown Project Team