After Denver Public Works installed the Arapahoe and Lawrence Street bike lanes in 2015, people who used them felt safer, and a lot more people biked on the streets. That's according to early results from a Denver Public Works study documenting the effects of the city's first parking-protected bikeways [PDF].
Denver Public Works wants to stripe a bike lane on West 23rd Avenue where it intersects one of the city's deadliest streets, Federal Boulevard. But when it comes to protecting humans riding bikes in Denver, there's always the risk that car storage — or the fear of any space getting dedicated to bikes at all — will take precedence.
Denver Public Works crews began installing a protected bike lane on West 14th Avenuee this week, the first new protected bikeway of 2017. It should be ready to ride by next week. The bikeway, which replaces a standard, striped bike lane, will run for a half-mile between Speer Boulevard and Bannock Street — or about […]