Dear Lincoln Street Community L/BCRNO members, would you like to see slower traffic speeds in Denver? Would you like to be able to walk your dog safely to the park, have your kids play in the front yard, or garden in your tree lawn without worry of a high-speed traffic crash harming you or yourContinue reading “Want slower traffic speeds? 20 is Plenty in Denver!”
There are two surveys of interest to Lincoln Street residents: City of Denver’s Annual Travel Survey This survey is available in English and Spanish and is open now through October 18. Wouldn’t you love to see one lane less of speeding cars? This year, the City is looking at how COVID-19 has changed travel patterns.Continue reading “Your Input Needed: Transportation Surveys”
Our August meeting looked at how modes of transportation have dramatically changed in the Wash Park and Baker areas, when most of our homes were built. We delved into the beautiful streetscape of pre-1950, streetcar-connected Denver, and how interstates and highways have impacted our neighborhoods over the years. We leave with a message for hopeContinue reading “HCWPAN Meeting #2: A Look at Transportation and How It’s Changed the Neighborhood”
Just off the Lincoln/Broadway exit today, Lincoln Street whisks cars as quickly as possible from I-25 into downtown. Denver Moves: Transit and Blueprint Denver have other things in store for this car thoroughfare. Learn more about the history & promising future of this Corridor.