With bicycling increasing in Denver, Public Works is always making improvements to bicycling infrastructure, such as bike lanes, sharrows, and new types of facilities like the 15th Street Bikeway.
For more details on our latest progress, visit our infrastructure projects page.
In September 2015, Denver Public Works will launch the Denver Moves Broadway study to determine the feasibility of putting a bike facility on the Broadway/Lincoln corridor. The study will look at existing conditions, gather community input and identify potential benefits, alternatives and tradeoffs to enhanced mobility options along the corridor.
Learn more about the project and find opportunities to get involved at denvermovesbroadway.com
Denver's bicycle infrastructure system is growing fast!
Protected Bike Lanes
New parking-protected bikeways along Arapahoe and Lawrence will connect from 24th St to the Auraria campus. Installation of these downtown facilities will begin in mid-September 2015 and will feature right-hand lanes protected with both bollards and a row of parking to enhance safety, as well as bicycle-specific signals at Lawrence & Speer and Arapahoe at Broadway/Park Avenue West and 18th Street.
In 2015, Denver Public Works will be installing a Neighborhood Bikeway (NBW, formerly known as Bike Boulevard) on Knox Ct from Alameda/Morrison to Kentucky St, and will be designing three NBWs. Learn more
Other recently added bike lanes include Globeville, Park Hill, and LoHi:
W 29th Ave Bike Facility Project
At the Highlands United Neighbors Planning Community Development Commitee – 10/13/2015, 7pm
38th St. Underpass
Lighting is out due to RTD work on East Corridor; will be back up in 6-8 weeks
(last updated 10/1/2015)
The City & County of Denver is constantly working to improve the over 100 miles of trails in the parks system. When doing improvements there may be temporary detours due to construction. We are committed to providing the safest detours available for the shortest amount of time necessary in order to minimize impacts to users.
A publication dedicated to all things “bike” has arrived in the Mile High City! BikeLife Denver is available at several locations and is online at www.bikelifecities.com/denver.
The League of American Bicyclists recognized Denver with a Silver Level Bicycle Friendly Community award for 2015! The Mile High City’s next goal is to ‘go for the gold’ as a Bicycle Friendly Community! Denver Public Works is already working with partners and businesses to review the feedback and work to be the best City for bicycling.