Strategic Transportation Plan (2008)
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.
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.
Denver Moves: Enhanced Bikeways (2016) recommends Broadway as a protected bikeway from downtown to I-25.
Golden Triangle Neighborhood Plan (2014)
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.
Baker/Broadway Parking Area Management Plan (2015)
The Baker/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.
Blueprint Denver created a citywide land use and transportation plan promoting a walk- and bike-friendly city, increased transit service on major corridors, more housing in mixed-use areas, and directing new development to areas where growth is most appropriate. Based on community input, the Blueprint Denver 2018 update will focus on creating a blueprint for an inclusive city made up of "complete" neighborhoods with infrastructure and amenities, diversity of housing choices, further attention to urban design, and more.