South Central Community Network Design Services
This portion of the Community Networks Design project included six corridors in south central Denver totaling 9.6 miles of on-street bike lanes and neighborhood bikeways. The corridors included protected bike lanes, buffered bike lanes and neighborhood bike ways. In addition, on corridor included the design of a new traffic signal. The designs have included curb extensions, traffic circles, traffic diversions, floating parking and median pedestrian refuges. In partnership with David Evans and Associates, Inc., the Muller team completed three traffic signal design modifications to incorporate bicycle signals and completed six traffic signal work orders to incorporate bicycle-specific signal timing. Four corridors are currently under construction, or complete, while the final two corridors are under final design.
City and County of Denver
Traffic Engineering & ITS
8.84 miles of bike lanes | 8.84 miles of corridor planning | 35 intersections planned and designed | 1 regional/citywide/countywide plan | 8.84 urban roadway miles | 2 roundabouts | 1 hybrid/pedestrian traffic signals | 3 traffic signals designed