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Relevant Plans

 

Plans Specific to the Broadway/Lincoln Corridor

Many plans have identified the importance of, and made recommendations for, the Broadway/Lincoln corridor. Recommendations include addition of a protected, two-way bikeway on Broadway, enhancement of the existing transit lane, and cohesive parking management strategies.

 

Strategic Transportation Plan (2008) MovingPeopleCover

The Denver Strategic Transportation Plan promotes innovation to move people, not just vehicles, by providing multimodal improvements. Broadway/Lincoln was identified as an Investment Corridor and identified for a complete multimodal reconstruction.
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Denver Moves (2011) DenverMovesMay2011

Denver Moves identified the South Broadway Corridor from  downtown to Broadway Station as a “Needs Further Study” project due to its unique character, complex traffic operations and ideal location as a primary north/south route for current and future bicycle needs.
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Denver Moves: Enhanced Bikeways (2014) DenverMovesCover

Denver Moves: Enhanced Bikeways recommends Broadway as a protected bikeway from downtown to I-25.
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Golden Triangle Neighborhood Plan (2014) GoldenTriangleCover

The Golden Triangle Neighborhood Plan recommends a two-way protected bikeway on the east side of Broadway as well as enhanced transit on the West side of the street.
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South Broadway Parking Area Management Plan (2015) MapCover

The South Broadway Parking Area Management Plan responds to new growth and vitality along the South Broadway commercial area by creating a consistent parking management strategy that maximizes the availability of on-street parking.
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Blueprint Denver (2002)

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Blueprint Denver calls for a balanced, multi-modal transportation system, land use that accommodates future growth, and open space throughout the city.
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