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PRECEDENT highway alternatives around the world


CASE STUDIES COMPLETED

SEOUL, S. KOREA - The Cheonggyecheon SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Central Freeway MILWAUKEE, WI - Park East Freeway PORTLAND, OR - Harbor Drive BOSTON, MA - The Big Dig MANHATTAN, NY - West Side Highway PRECEDENT


CASE STUDIES

PROPOSED

BUFFALO, NY - Buffalo Skyway TORONTO, ON- Gardiner Expwy PHILADELPHIA, PA - Delaware Expwy NEW ORLEANS, LA - Claiborne Expwy SEATTLE, WA - Alaskan Way Viaduct OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - Crosstown Expwy PRECEDENT


ICONOGRAPHY

SETTING

CONFIGURATION

INDUSTRIAL

RESIDENTIAL

DOWNTOWN

WATERFRONT

PRECEDENT

RESULT


ICONOGRAPHY

SETTING

CONFIGURATION

INDUSTRIAL

STUB END

RESIDENTIAL

THROUGH

DOWNTOWN

AT GRADE

WATERFRONT

ELEVATED

CUT PRECEDENT

RESULT


ICONOGRAPHY

SETTING

CONFIGURATION

RESULT

INDUSTRIAL

STUB END

OPEN SPACE

RESIDENTIAL

THROUGH

TUNNEL

DOWNTOWN

AT GRADE

REROUTE

WATERFRONT

ELEVATED

BOULEVARD

CUT

CAP

PRECEDENT


COMMONALITIES

DIAGRAM

PRECEDENT


COMMONALITIES

CATALYST

STRUCTURE/AGING

PRECEDENT


COMMONALITIES CATALYST

ENVIRONMENTAL

STRUCTURE/AGING

PRECEDENT


COMMONALITIES

ENVIRONMENTAL

STRUCTURE/AGING

COMMUNITY(VALUE) PRECEDENT


COMMONALITIES

ENVIRONMENTAL

STRUCTURE/AGING

COMMUNITY(VALUE)

TRAFFIC/CONGESTION PRECEDENT


COMMONALITIES

OUTCOME

MILWAKEE.TORONTO.SEOUL

BOULEVARD

PRECEDENT


COMMONALITIES

OUTCOME

MILWAKEE.TORONTO.SEOUL

MANHATTAN.SAN FRANCISCO.PORTLAND

BOULEVARD

OPEN SPACE

PRECEDENT


COMMONALITIES

OUTCOME

MILWAKEE.TORONTO.SEOUL

MANHATTAN.SAN FRANCISCO.PORTLAND

OPEN SPACE

BOULEVARD BOSTON.BUFFALO.SEATTLE

TUNNEL PRECEDENT


COMMONALITIES

OUTCOME

MILWAKEE.TORONTO.SEOUL

MANHATTAN.SAN FRANCISCO.PORTLAND

OPEN SPACE

BOULEVARD BOSTON.BUFFALO.SEATTLE

TUNNEL

OKLAHOMA CITY

REROUTE PRECEDENT


COMMONALITIES

OUTCOME

RESIDENTIAL

BOSTON

TUNNEL

RESIDENTIAL

TORONTO

BOULEVARD

SAN FRANCISCO OKLAHOMA CITY PRECEDENT

RESIDENTIAL OPEN SPACE RESIDENTIAL REROUTE


COMMONALITIES

TAKE-AWAY

NOT A TECHNICAL COMMONALITIES PROBLEM

COMMUNITY ACCESS VALUE

A DESIGN DECISION

PRECEDENT


BOTTOM-UP

WHO FACILITATED THE PROJECT?

GRASSROOTS PRECEDENT


INTRODUCTION OUR INTENTIONS


BIAS

NOT CARS AND HIGHWAYS

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


BIAS

HIGHWAYS IN CITIES

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


OUR FOCUS INFRASTRUCTURE NOT HIGHWAYS

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


OUR FOCUS MULTI-MODALITY NOT CARS

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


OUR FOCUS REAL FREEDOM NOT THE OPEN ROAD

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


INTRODUCTION NATIONAL HISTORY


INFRASTRUCTURE AND GROWTH OUR ECONOMIC STRATEGY

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


INFRASTRUCTURE AND GROWTH OUR ECONOMIC STRATEGY

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


INFRASTRUCTURE AND GROWTH OUR ECONOMIC STRATEGY

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


LOCAL AND PRIVATE ROADS THE HEYDAY: 1795 - 1825

Lancaster

INTRODUCTION

Philadelphia

HISTORY


THE FIRST NATIONAL HIGHWAY THE CUMBERLAND ROAD - 1811

Wheeling Cumberland Vandalia

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


THE ERA OF CANALS AN INVESTMENT OF STATES - 1825

Albany Buffalo

New York

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


THE ERA OF RAILROADS PACIFIC RAILROAD ACTS OF 1862 AND 1864

Promontory Summit Council Bluffs Oakland

Denver

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


CITY HEALTH AND INDUSTRY GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT, BICYCLES, AND THE BIRTH OF PLANNING

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


THE ERA OF THE CAR THE EXPLOSION OF THE MODEL T CA. 1908

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


FEDERAL AID ROAD ACT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT STEPS UP - 1913 -1916

New York San Francisco

Denver

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


MASS PRODUCTION MANUFACTURING OF HOUSES AND CARS EXPLODES WWII

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


FEDERAL AID HIGHWAY ACT NATIONAL INTERSTATE AND DEFENSE HIGHWAY ACT - 1956

Denver

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


SUBURBAN FLIGHT THE RISE OF INNER CITY HIGHWAYS

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


GRASS ROOTS REVOLTS SUCCESSFUL BUT A LITTLE TOO LATE

INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


WHAT BRINGS US FORWARD? A FEW OPTIONS

SURFACE TRANSPORTATION AND UNIFORM RELOCATION ASSISTANCE ACT: 1987 ISTEA: 1991 TEA-21: 1998 SAFETEA-LU: 2005

DIMINISHING FUEL TAX FUNDS INTRODUCTION

HISTORY


SITE ANALYSIS ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE


INFRASTRUCTURE SHAPES CITY PRAIRIE

Native American settlements scattered throughout

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STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


INFRASTRUCTURE SHAPES CITY EARLY SETTLEMENT

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Denver develops into a mining town Gold found at South Platte and Cherry Creek.

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ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


INFRASTRUCTURE SHAPES CITY RAILROAD ERA

PL PALT ATTE TR RIVI VEER R

prospectors, mining and livestock as the main employment sectors

politicians knew that a rail link in Denver would make the emerging city “a point which cannot be dodged”

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UNION STATION

   neighborhood growth, and industry.

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


INFRASTRUCTURE SHAPES CITY STREETCAR AND TROLLEY ERA

streetcars expanded, social classes more segregated

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  decentralization private mass transit, public infrastructure primarily middle to lower middle class citizens CITY PARK

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UNION STATION

a neighborhood not desirable without trolley Globeville and Elyria had no stop operated from 1871 to 1950.

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


INFRASTRUCTURE SHAPES CITY HIGHWAYS

Highways tear apart urban fabric with less mobility

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The mobility pattern has      fabric in positive and negative ways.

CITY PARK

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UNION STATION

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


HIGHWAY ERA EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY

     in colorado in 1913     tax of 1 cent per gallon in 1919 to fund the building of roads the city’s social classes continue to expand and divide, physically and politically 1921 sees the creation of the state highway department by the state general assembly

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


HIGHWAY ERA EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY

around the turn of the century, city planners make a conscious choice of the car over mass transit Believing that the innovative engineering solutions are the best solutions to growth city planners and engineers consider roads as the most democratic approach to urban transportation in reality roads separate the classes

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


HIGHWAY ERA EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY

1907 mayor Robert Speer hires Landscape Arch. George Kessler to design a park and parkway master plan the plan is overlaid onto the existing street grid system 1930s see increased decentralization, with formerly prosperous neighborhood now having high levels of poverty, unemployment and building deterioration

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


HIGHWAY ERA EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY

city planners reject plans for mass transit solutions, due to the stronger political power of the roadway advocates       focused on local issues, while state and federal engineers focus on highway planning 1948 construction of the   

 highway began

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


HIGHWAY ERA EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY

approved freeway routes follow the geographic path of least political resistance           local, state and federal politicians viewed the freeway system as the answer to growth and prosperity, which becomes evident in community planning and city growth goals in 1958 local opposition to the preferred route causes a delay in the City Council vote on the “South� route

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


HIGHWAY ERA MID 20TH TO EARLY 21ST CENTURY

the interstate freeway system is approved by the Bureau of Public Roads (BPR) in 1958, the selected routes are based on “sound” engineering practices and backed with the support of local and state politicians who were lobbying heavily for the freeways to run through their cities and states

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


HIGHWAY + TRANSIT ERA MID 20TH TO EARLY 21ST CENTURY

similar arguments made by politicians in the railroad era are still being used to garner support for freeways urban interstate freeway planning is largely left to state and federal experts throughout much of the history of freeway construction with disregard to social and cultural impacts to individual neighborhoods and the city as a whole

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


LIGHT RAIL ERA MID 20TH TO EARLY 21ST CENTURY

freeway improvement projects are still the primary means of alleviating congestion in the metropolitan areas      and engineering professionals and regional governing bodies are seeing the advantage to multi-modal corridors citizens have learned to question the answers given

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


HOW WE HAVE WORKED 20TH CENTURY

Federal Departments State Departments

Regional Governing Body

Local Governments

Neighborhood groups

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

Interested Citizens

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


SITE ANALYSIS STATE OF THE CITY


ECONOMY

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITIONS ALL DATA: US CENSUS

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


POPULATION

STUDY AREA CAN NOT PROFIT FROM MIGRATION TO THE AREA

DATA SOURCE: US CENSUS BUREAU

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


HOUSING

STAGNATION IN STUDY AREA; OWNERSHIP HAS DECREASED BUT IS STILL HIGHER THAN AVERAGE

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


POPULATION

MASSIVE INFLUX OF HISPANIC POPULATION INTO THE STUDY AREA IN THE 80S AND 90S

DATA SOURCE: US CENSUS BUREAU

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


UNEMPLOYMENT

I-70

AFTER I-70 UNEMPLOYMENT INCREASED

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


ECONOMIC CONDITIONS THE INCOME LEVEL IN THE STUDY AREA REMAINED LOW

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


ECONOMIC CONDITIONS POVERTY IN THE STUDY AREA INCREASED SIGNIFICANTLY

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


ECONOMIC CONDITIONS

I-70

PROPERTY VALUES STAGNATED/DECLINED AFTER I-70 AND REMAIN LOWER THAN REGION

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


ECONOMIC CONDITIONS LAND VALUE VS. POPULATION DENSITY

Landvalue 2010 Industry Zone I-70 I-70 I-25line Rail

I-25

POP. Density 2010

I-70 N

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


STRUCTURE

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


LYNCH ANALYSIS DISTRICTS, NODES, LANDMARKS, PATHS

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


PHYSICAL STATE LAND USE AND BLOCK SIZE

Land Use Campus Commercial Corridor DIA Downtown Employment Entertainment, Cultural, Exhibition Golf Course Industrial Mixed Use Neighborhood Center Open Space Limited Park Pedestrian Shopping Corridor Regional Center Rights-of-Way

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Single Family Duplex Single Family Residential Town Center Transit Oriented Development Urban Residential Water Body

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


PHYSICAL STATE FIGURE-GROUND BEFORE AND AFTER

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


PHYSICAL STATE SITE SYSTEMS INVENTORY

Denver’s bicycle, pedestrian, vehicular, natural and recreation space systems lack strong integration, and do not contribute to a robust transportation network.

highways

rivers

rail lines

parks

bicycle paths

pedestrian paths

composite

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


PHYSICAL STATE STRUCTURE ANALYSIS 1

2 3

4

1

3

2

4

The structure of the interstate, varying between raised, at-grade and sunken conditions, creates an edge that segments neighborhoods and creates disconnection.

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


PHYSICAL NETWORK NETWORK STANDARDS

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


PHYSICAL NETWORK NETWORK STANDARDS

PRINCIPAL ARTERIAL EVERY 3 MILES

MINOR ARTERIAL EVERY 1 MILE

PRINCIPAL ARTERIAL I-70

MINOR ARTERIAL QUEBEC ST

COLLECTOR STREET EVERY 1/2 MILE

LOCAL STREET EVERY 1/4 TO 1/2 MILE ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

COLLECTOR STREET E 29TH AVE

LOCAL STREET PENNSYLVANIA ST

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


PHYSICAL NETWORK NETWORK STANDARDS

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS I-70 FOOTPRINT COMPARISONS

denver, co

san francisco, ca

population: 57,829

population: 245,660

economic production: $ 15.4 billion/yr

economic production: $ 91.5 billion/yr

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

manhattan, ny

population: 997,725

paris, france

population: 785,000 economic production: $ 198 billion/yr

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

economic production: $ 40 billion/yr

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS STREET WIDTH SCALE COMPARISON

Area 14.3 sq miles Length 9.5 miles Width 405 ft

Google Earth

ADT: 120,000 ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS STREET WIDTH SCALE COMPARISON

I-70 = 3 times Park Ave

Google Earth

ADT: 160,000 ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

I-70 = 2 times Champs Elysees

Google Earth

ADT: 186,000 STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

I-70 = Sunset Blvd

Google Earth

ADT: 85,000 TOWARDS THE FUTURE


REGIONAL MOBILITY

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


EMPLOYMENT CLUSTER WHERE PEOPLE WORK

60% TRIPS TO WORK I -25

15% FOR RECREATION

47% DRIVE ALONE

UNDER 5% WALK OR DRIVE TO TRANSIT

I -70

Jobs per block 10K - 4 K 4k - 1K 1K - 100 Existing Lightrail Proposed Lightrail

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


FREIGHT RAIL - 2007 FREIGHT RAIL LEVEL OF SERVICE

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


FREIGHT RAIL - 2035

I -25

FREIGHT RAIL LEVEL OF SERVICE

I -70

legend Below Capacity Near Capacity At Capacity Above Capacity Truck route

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


TRANSIT

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


EXISTING TRANSIT

RAIL LINES, RAIL STATIONS, BOARDING NUMBERS, BUS ROUTES, PARK-N-RIDE

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


FUTURE TRANSIT FASTRACKS LINES, PROJECTED STATION BOARDINGS

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Gold Line

Central Corridor Extension

East Line

West Line I-225 LINE

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


TRANSIT

ANTICIPATED AFFECT ON ROADWAYS 0.20%

CONGESTION

0.18%

% reduction in regional VMT

0.16% 0.14% 0.12% 0.10% 0.08% 0.06% 0.04% 0.02% 0.00% Central Rail Extension

East Line

Gold Line

North Metro Line

Northwest Line

West Line

I-225 Line

100

CONVENIENCE

90

Projected travel time by mode

80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 East Line Corridor

Gold Line Corridor

North Metro Line Corridor Auto

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

Northwest Line Corridor

West Line Corridor

I-225 Line Corridor

Transit

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


TOD OPPORTUNITIES FUTURE TRANSIT NETWORK

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Central Corridor Extension

East Line

West Line I225 LINE

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


VEHICULAR PERFORMANCE

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


STREET HIERARCHY HOW PEOPLE COMMUTE

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


DISCONNECTIVITY DEAD END STEETS

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


ALTERNATIVE LOCAL ROUTES PEOPLE MOVEMENTS WITHIN ADJACENT NEIGHBORHOODS

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


TRAFFIC - 2011 EXISTING AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC

SOURCE: COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


CONGESTION - 2011 VOLUME - CAPACITY RATIO

SOURCE: COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


CRASH RATES - 2008 SAFETY ON I-70

2.84 CRASH RATE *number of accidents per million vehicle miles traveled.

STATE AVERAGE IS 1.85

SOURCE: COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


TRAFFIC - 2030 PROJECTED AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC

SOURCE: COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


CONGESTION - 2030 PROJECTED VOLUME - CAPACITY RATIO

SOURCE: COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


COMMUNITY WIDE REGULATION COMPREHENSIVE PLANS AND ZONING ORDINANCES

I-70 EAST Impact Study FASTRACK FASTRACKS North Metro Corridor Gold Line

National Western Stock Show Station Area Plan North West Rail

Elyria Swansea Neighborhood Plan

Focus Section 41st & Fox Station Area Plan

East Corridor

Globeville Neighborhood Plan

South Platte Corridor Plan 38thand $ Black 38th BlakeStation StationArea AreaPlan Plan

River North Area Plan

Area of Change

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


COMMUNITY WIDE REGULATION

areas of change areas of stability multi-modal streets transit oriented design mixed use development

Blueprint Denver - 2002

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


RTD AND FASTRACKS MASSTRANSIT

FASTRACK FASTRACKS Northwest Line North Metro Corridor Gold Line

 Fastracks - 2004  38th & Blake Station - in progress  41st & Fox Station - in progress  NWSS Station - in progress

East Corridor

Area of Change

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


INTERSTATE HIGHWAY PLAN I-70 EAST

I-70 EAST Impact Study

Focus Section

DEIS still under development 38th $ Black Station Area Plan

Area of Change

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


ZONING MAP FORM BASED ZONING

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


LANDUSE MAP ACTUAL USES

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


IMPROVEMENTS ROADWAYS

SOURCE: BLUEPRINT DENVER, 2035 METRO VISION REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN, I-10 EAST DRAFT EIS

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


IMPROVEMENTS I-70 EAST ALTERNATIVES

SOURCE: BLUEPRINT DENVER, 2035 METRO VISION REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN, I-10 EAST DRAFT EIS

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


IMPROVEMENTS BIKE ROUTES

SOURCE: BLUEPRINT DENVER, 2035 METRO VISION REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN, I-10 EAST DRAFT EIS

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


IMPROVEMENTS TRANSIT

SOURCE: BLUEPRINT DENVER, 2035 METRO VISION REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN, I-10 EAST DRAFT EIS

ERAS OF INFRASTRUCTURE

STATE OF THE CITY TODAY

TOWARDS THE FUTURE


SITE ANALYSIS CONCLUSION


INVESTMENTS / COSTS SPENDINGS ON MOBLILITY INFRASTRUCTURE

$ 2,100,000,000 EAGLE P3 PROJECT INCLUDING

$ 1,030,000,000 FEDERAL FUNDS

13 STATIONS CREATING ACCESS AND VALUE

$ 2,000,000,000 I-70 CONSTRUCTION $ 23,000,000 I-70 ANNUAL MAINTENANCE $ 14,000,000 PROPERTY ACQUISITION ADDING 2 LANES

LOSS OF UP TO 150 HOUSES AND 70 BUSINESSES SOURCES EIS I-70 EAST, RTD FACTS & FIGURES

CONCLUSION


WHERE ARE WE GOING? 21ST CENTURY AND BEYOND

Community Ideas & Solutions

Local Government

Regional Governing Body

State Departments

Federal Departments

CONCLUSION

Research and Analysis - I-70 and Denver  

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