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Transit Study

Transit Study

Example of red pavement markings similar to those you’ll see along Broadway.  Photo source: Seattle DOT, NACTO
Example of red pavement markings similar to those you’ll see along Broadway.
Photo source: Seattle DOT, NACTO

Building on the feedback received during the Broadway/Lincoln Corridor Study, later this summer Denver Public Works, in coordination with the Regional Transportation District (RTD), is implementing transit improvements along the Broadway and Lincoln corridors to support more reliable transit service as we continue to make Broadway and Lincoln a better place for all. These transit improvements include transitioning the existing peak-only transit lanes along Broadway and portions of Lincoln to 24-hour transit only-lanes and the use of red pavement markings and signage to help better define the dedicated travel space for transit. For the next year, the project team will study the effectiveness of the red pavement markings.

The study is anticipated to begin soon and will completed in late summer 2018. Interim and final study results and findings will be posted on the project website.

For more information about the transit improvements and study, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions