Denveright: Denver Moves: Transit
Denver is embarking on a 20-year vision. Help us take the first step.
How do you think transit could be improved in Denver?
Build Your Own Transit System

The interactive Build Your Own Transit System activity gives you $100 to spend to build your ideal transit system, as you select different options to make transit even better for people who live, work, and play in Denver. 

As you develop your system, you'll also see the benefits — such as increased ridership, improved travel time, multimodal connections, or passenger experience — in real time. Your responses will guide the  Denver Moves: Transit plan and shape its recommendations. 

Neighborhood Drop-in Workshops

The Denver Moves: Transit team will be back in the community holding seven workshops in April and May. 
  • Tell the project team how we can improve transit in Denver and prioritize improvements to help people get around our growing city with greater ease

  • Try out our Build Your Own Transit System tool

  • See materials specific to your area

  • Talk to the project team one-on-one

Tuesday, May 2, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Corky Gonzales Library - 1498 Irving St.

Thursday, May 4, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Southwest Rec Center - 9200 W. Saratoga Pl.

Far Northeast
Friday, May 5 - 5:30-7:30 p.m.
(during Cinco de Mayo Celebration)
Denver Bronco Boys & Girls Club - 4397 Crown Blvd.

Monday, May 8, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Colorado Light Rail Station - S. Colorado & Buchtel Blvd.

West Central
Wednesday, May 10, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Denver Central Library - 10 W. 14th Ave.

East Central
Saturday, May 13, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Dazbog Coffee - 299 Milwaukee St.
Meet the Denver Moves: Transit Youth Stakeholder Group
The Youth Stakeholder Group kicked off in late February to begin brainstorming ideas. This group of eight members from the Mayor’s Youth Advisory Committee will meet quarterly to provide input on the  Denver Moves: Transit plan through feedback from their peers and communities.

The Youth Stakeholder Group will give the project team a different perspective, focusing on transit needs for young people. The Youth Stakeholder Group will also develop a video about transit riders and the connections that transit can help us all make.

Learn more about the members, or view meeting presentations and summaries on  the Denver Moves: Transit website.

What's next for Denver Moves: Transit?
With about nine months remaining in the Denver Moves: Transit planning process, there is still a lot to accomplish, such as:
  • Coordinating with Blueprint Denver as they develop land use/transportation scenarios 
  • Identifying and prioritizing corridors and evaluating the types of transit best for each corridor
  • Envisioning a complete transit system that improves bicycle and pedestrian access to transit, makes stops and stations comfortable and safe, and provides information and programs that make transit easier to use for everyone
    Stay involved and updated!
    We need your voice to help us develop the Denver Moves: Transit plan! If you can't make one of our neighborhood drop-in workshops, there will be many more opportunities for you to get involved in the coming months. Check the Denveright calendar for future workshop dates and learn about other ways to share your voice! 

    Thank you for spreading the word about engagement and input opportunities! Please share Denver Moves: Transit announcements with your community and organizations. And be sure to encourage your friends and neighbors to Build Your Own Transit System.
    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 city. The plan will 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.