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This comprehensive study developed a community-facing infrastructure plan for the north Denver community, to create a hub of vibrant land use at the 41st and Fox Station Area with strong connectivity to the neighboring Globeville, Sunnyside, Highland, Chaffee Park and RiNo communities.
The study was a joint effort between Denver Community Planning and Development, Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI), and the North Denver Cornerstone Collaborative to recommend major infrastructure improvements in the study area, including conceptual design configurations, locations, cost, implementation phasing, and financing plans.
Read The Report(PDF, 9MB)
41st & Fox Station TOD & Plans
Existing Conditions Assessment(PDF, 2MB)
Attendees discussed the study, provided input on key areas, and shared thoughts on future connections and transportation improvements. Key themes included multimodal connections and safety, improvements to the 44th Avenue bridge and 38th Avenue underpass, and future development in the area.
Meeting #1 — May 30, 2019
Meeting #2 — September 19, 2019
This study began in 2019 and concluded in October 2021 with recommendations for future actions.
Council District: 9
Neighborhoods: Globeville, Sunnyside, Highland, RiNo District, Curtis Park, Five Points
A final community meeting was held on February 18, 2020 at Laradon Hall.
This meeting focused on draft recommendations addressing vehicle access and connectivity, pedestrian and bike improvements, transportation demand management opportunities and financing strategies.
41st & Fox - Next Steps(PDF, 6MB)
Share Your Feedback On The Study Recommendations
Denver Department of Transportation & Infrastructure