DENVER – Broadway continues to shrink.
One of many metropolis’s most closely-traveled corridors is dropping yet one more visitors lane.
Starting subsequent week, Denver Public Works will convert the prevailing peak-solely transit lanes alongside Broadway and Lincoln to 24-hour transit lanes.
The restriction will condense Broadway much more after final yr’s set up of a motorcycle lane left the busy road with one-much less path for car visitors.
The brand new 24-hour transit lanes will run on Broadway from seventeenth Avenue to Exposition Avenue, and on Lincoln from sixth Avenue to 14th Avenue. The town can also be extending the transit lane on Broadway from Colfax north to seventeenth Avenue.
Automobiles will nonetheless be allowed to enter the transit lanes to make proper-hand turns to entry adjoining streets, parking and driveways.
The town hopes the change will enhance transit alongside the hall.