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The purpose of creating this plan is to enhance the city-wide bicycle network to be more attractive to cyclists of average ability (i.e., the 60% who identify themselves as “interested but concerned”), furthering the goals set forth in Denver Moves (2011). The recommended network of enhanced on-street bicycle facilities shall incorporate the Denver Moves plan (2011) and complement the existing Denver Moves bicycle facility network.
View the notes and boards presented at the 10/7/14 open house event (links below):
Public Outreach & Notes
Public Involvement Plan
Summary of Public Outreach & Charette
Notes from Outreach
10/7/14 Openhouse Summary
Denver Moves is the next phase of making bicycle and mutli-use connections in the Mile High City. It is a physical and action-oriented plan that builds upon the Bicycle Master Plan Update, Denver Parks and Recreation Game Plan, Pedestrian Master Plan, and transit-oriented development (TOD) plans.
Denver Moves focuses on integrating the off-street and on-street networks identified in these past planning efforts to create safe, comfortable corridors that link neighborhoods, parks, employment centers, business districts, transit hubs, and other destinations in all parts of Denver. It shows the recommended improvements for Denver's bicycle corridors, as well as a phasing plan for implementation.
Denver Moves Final Plan
Off-street trails are built and maintained by Parks and Recreation.
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