Transit Corridors

    

What is a transit corridor?

When planning for TOD, a transit corridor is best defined as the walkable areas around all of the stations along a transit line. Any transit technology can define a transit corridor – commuter or light rail, streetcar, trolley or bus. The TOD potential depends more on the design and quality of service than it does on the transit technology. Things to consider:

  • Line is "fixed” - provides certainty for developers and investors that transit service will not be moved to another corridor
  • Station Area walkability and bikeability
  • Presence of retail amenities near station areas
  • Local and regional housing market health


Corridors in Denver


  Central Corridor - Light Rail line running from Downtown Denver to Broadway Station.

  East Corridor - Commuter Rail line running from Denver Union Station to Denver International Airport

  Gold Line - Commuter Rail line running from Denver Union Station to Arvada.

 

  I-225 Corridor - Commuter Rail line connecting the East and Southeast corridors.

 

  North Metro Corridor - Commuter Rail line running from Denver Union Station to the northern suburbs.

  Southeast Corridor  - Light Rail line running from Broadway Station to the DTC and  Lone Tree.

  Southwest Corridor - Light Rail line running from Broadway Station to Littleton.

  West Corridor - Light Rail line running from Denver Union Station to Jefferson Co. Government Center.

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