Recent Streetsblog DENVER posts about Broadway/Lincoln corridor

A streetcar shares Broadway with cars and a horse-drawn carriage between 1915 and 1925. Photo: Western History/Genealogy Dept., Denver Public Library

Redesigning Broadway and Lincoln: Just the Latest Version of Evolving Streets

Denver’s streets are changing. City planners are converting one-way speedways into two-way neighborhood streets, prioritizing transit with more dedicated bus lanes, and installing more protected bike lanes. Meanwhile, City Council members seem to be taking people’s demands for sidewalks citywide seriously. These changes don’t make everyone happy. The public’s limited street space “belongs” to cars, many […]

The Broadway Redesign Is About More Than Bike Lanes

When Denver Public Works implements a temporary redesign of a half-mile of Broadway next month, the most obvious change will be the addition of a two-way protected bike lane. But it would be a mistake to assume that the Broadway/Lincoln corridor project is only “for cyclists” — everyone who uses the street stands to benefit from […]