Recent Streetsblog DENVER posts about Lincoln

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 […]

Tell Denver Public Works Which Street Designs Are Best for Broadway, Lincoln

The Broadway/Lincoln corridor is in dire need of becoming a neighborhood for people instead of just a thruway for cars. That’s why some planners from the Department of Public Works are trying to transform the streets with things like protected bike lanes and better crosswalks. DPW is considering three designs, and it’s clear which one is best. “Option #3” creates a one-way […]