As a vital link between Downtown and Northeast Denver, Stout Street plays an important role in the city’s transportation network. Stout Street may be getting a new look: the city is studying signing, striping, and signal changes to potentially convert some or all of Stout Street to two-way traffic between Broadway and Downing St.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) is studying tools to create a safer street that reduces vehicle speeds, improves circulation for people walking, biking and driving, and better defines parking and loading zones. DOTI will be conducting outreach to residents, business owners, and anyone else who uses Stout Street in order to collect your feedback about the details of the project and deliver an upgrade that meets the community’s needs.
There will be a public meeting to discuss the study in Spring 2022. Watch this space for more details about how you can get involved.
Stakeholder Meeting #1 | February 16, 2022
Community Open House | April 6, 2022
Additional Stakeholder and Community Meetings | Spring/Summer 2022
Study Completion | Late Summer 2022
A Virtual Community Meeting was held April 6, 2022 and a recording of the meeting can be found below:
Stakeholder Meeting #1
A virtual stakeholder meeting was held on February 16, 2022.
Scott Kilgore, Project Manager
Department of Transportation and Infrastructure
Please email Scott with questions or if you would like to be included in future project emails.