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Arriving at BRT for Colfax Corridor Connections

After almost four years, the Colfax Corridor Connections project is moving toward a Bus Rapid Transit solution for Denver’s most-used bus corridor. What factors were involved in choosing BRT and how will the project move forward in the future?

Mixed Use and the Seven D’s

Mixed-Use developments have proven benefits to a community typically calculated as better walkability, short commutes to work and shopping, greater housing variety, bicycle and pedestrian-friendly environments, potential place making, and less sprawl. Another benefit, perhaps not as widely accepted or applied, is less traffic. Until recently, this reduction in traffic has been underestimated due to the lack of accurate, valid supporting data.

The Next Wave of Alferd Packers Ride Bikes in Tight Jeans

Planners in Colorado are facing critical development and transportation decisions based on 280 people a day moving to Colorado. This article covers some land use and transportation ideas to address the changes ahead.

Building Vibrancy from the Neighborhood up

Register for the EcoDistricts Summit 2016: Building Vibrancy

WEBINAR: Regenerative Urbanism Rising: Next-Generation Practice

WEBINAR: Regenerative Urbanism Rising: Next-Generation Practice

July 15

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