Denveright: Denver Moves: Transit
Denver’s transit vision to guide improving the quality of transit options in our city
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Plans available for review through October 31!
Share your feedback through the end of this month
On August 6, Mayor Michael B. Hancock released a set of five plans to guide Denver’s growth and its impact on development, parks, mobility options and more over the next 20 years. Via the city’s two-year Denveright outreach and planning effort, input from thousands of you has resulted in plans for a more inclusive, connected and healthy city, for all of us who live here today, as well as our neighbors of tomorrow.

The three-month window for review and feedback is coming to a close. You can still review and provide feedback on the Denver Moves: Transit and the other four Denveright plans through October 31!
Plans available at Denver Public Libraries

A hard copy of each plan is available for in-library use at all Denver Public Library branches.

Copies of the Game Plan for a Healthy City are also available at all city recreation centers.
For community groups
We have received more than 1,700 responses to Denveright surveys thus far. We also understand that community groups such as registered neighborhood organizations (RNOs) often send collective feedback after meeting with their members; that can pose challenges for meeting a specific deadline.

Individual RNOs or other community groups may request a one-month extension by contacting before October 31.
Two office hours opportunities remain — Join us!
Since September 26, Denveright plan teams have been hosting office hours in each corner of the city. Two still remain! Join us at an upcoming drop-in event and connect directly with city planners. 

Wednesday, October 17
3 to 6 p.m.
Harvey Park Recreation Center, 2120 S. Tennyson Way

Wednesday, October 24
3 to 6 p.m.
Wellington Webb Municipal Building, 201 W. Colfax Ave, Room 1.B.6

RTD’s Regional Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study
Provide Your Feedback – Support Denver’s Transit Vision
There are more opportunities to share your voice about the future of transit in the region. The Regional Transportation District (RTD), in partnership with the Colorado Department of Transportation and the Denver Regional Council of Governments, is conducting a Regional Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Feasibility Study. 

This study is asking for the public to share their feedback to help prioritize BRT projects that can address growing travel demand and support current and future RTD FasTracks projects. Based on the results of this 18-month survey, expected to be complete in Summer 2019, RTD will identify three to five possible corridors for future BRT investments.
A number of corridors evaluated in the BRT study are corridors also recommended for transit capital investments (e.g., BRT) in Denver Moves: Transit . This study supports Denver’s vision for more high-quality and reliable transit in our city.
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.