Denveright: Denver Moves: Transit
Denver is embarking on a 20-year vision. Help us take the first step.
Light rail train downtown, community feedback sign, and RTD bus
Share Your Voice!
Transit Corridor & Access Recommendations Survey Closes February 16th
The Denver Moves: Transit team has identified preliminary recommendations for the transit plan and we need your help to inform these recommendations. Please take our survey by Friday, February 16th to tell us where and what type of transit investments and services you’d like to see in Denver. 
map of proposed transit corridors for capital investments, showing three levels of capacity
Thank You for Attending the January Community Open Houses!
Last month the project team was out the community gathering feedback on the preliminary corridor and access recommendations for the transit plan. Thank you for stopping by one of the six open houses to provide your feedback and sharing your ideas with us.
community members reviewing corridor maps at outreach events
The community input gathered at the open houses and through the online survey helps inform the development of the plan recommendations. 

If you were unable to attend the community open house in person, or want to revisit information presented during the open houses, you can watch the summary video and view the information boards on our Online Winter 2018 Community Open House page
Other Opportunities to Share Your Voice with Denveright
Blueprint Denver Workshops:
How to Create a Complete City
Complete neighborhoods have the right mix of housing options, safe sidewalks, transit access, diversity, right-sized development, parks and open space and more. Join your neighbors and your councilperson to hear about and weigh in on upcoming Blueprint strategies for creating complete neighborhoods in our growing city.
Game Plan Survey: Strategies for Denver’s Park & Recreation System
The Game Plan team needs your input on how their draft strategies measure up to the unique challenges Denver’s park and research system faces in relation to the guiding principles and goals.

Follow this link to learn more and to take their survey (closing March 1st) – upon completion, you’ll be given the opportunity to enter to win a gift card to the NFL shop. 
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What's next for Denver Moves: Transit ?
With a few months remaining in the transit plan development process, the team will be busy developing the draft plan that will be available for public review in late April/early May 2018. Please subscribe to the Denver Moves: Transit email newsletter to receive important announcements and updates, including when the draft plan is posted online. 
Thank you for spreading the word!
Since the launch of Denver Moves: Transit and Denveright in 2016, you have been instrumental in not only providing your feedback during project workshops and through online surveys, but also by helping us spread the word about engagement and input opportunities to members of your community. The project team truly appreciates your help.

Please continue spreading the word about the current survey and when the draft plan is available for review later this spring. We also hope that you will continue to participate during future city projects and associated community engagement activities. 
About Denver Moves: Transit 

Denver Moves: Transit  is Denver’s first transit plan that will look to create a local vision for new transit choices and improvements within our ci ty. The plan w ill examine how transit can play a key role in creating a successful mobility system that moves more people through our city as our population continues to grow. 

As part of Denveright, Denver Moves: Transit will convene community conversations to shape how mobility will evolve to meet the needs of those who live, work and play in Denver over the next 20 years.  Learn More »  
Denveright   is a community-driven planning process that challenges you to shape how our community evolves in four key areas: land use, mobility, parks and recreational resources. Through four coordinated citywide plans, we will chart the course of the Mile High City for the next 20 years while also identifying immediate priorities to execute in the next few years.