Denver, CO, is famous as an outdoor recreation hub and a dream city for migrants everywhere. With local employers racing to attract and retain workers, the city itself is eager to live up to Colorado's active, can-do lifestyle by using protected bike lanes to make active transportation a mainstream part of Denver life.
Current protected bike lanes
The city of Denver, CO built a 0.7 mile protected bike lane on 15th Street in 2013. The one-way lane is separated from traffic by bollards and uses the color green and two-stage turn boxes.
The city of Denver built a 0.1 mile protected bike lane on Bannock St, between 14th and 15th. The one-way lane is protected from traffic by a curb and sidewalk grave.
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