Denver’s Commuter Corridors Are No Longer Just for Cars

A cyclist makes his way down South Broadway in Denver (Helen H. Richardson / The Denver Post)

As the City of Denver grapples with a surging population, intensifying traffic at all hours of the day and high demand for driving alternatives, public works officials increasingly are dividing up precious pavement, ending the decades of supremacy enjoyed by cars. Transportation planners say making Broadway more accessible to cyclists and transit is a way to increase its travel capacity and create better, more reliable alternatives for people who don’t drive to get around.

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