Broadway is getting a starring role as 11 miles of the historic thoroughfare is being studied from I-25 to Highlands Ranch Parkway.
The City of Littleton is spearheading the Broadway Corridor Study with partners that include Arapahoe County, City and County of Denver, Douglas County and cities of Centennial and Englewood.
This focused section of Broadway provides local and regional connections between neighborhoods within each of the government partners. The study will examine transportation and land use conditions to establish a vision that address mobility and land use challenges within each of the communities.
A self-guided online meeting is available through March 29 for the public to learn more about the study and provide input at www.littletonco.gov/Broadway-Corridor-Study.
The online meeting provides an overview of the study, including details about the process, goals and timeline. The public can also provide input by taking a survey as well as give feedback on existing conditions along the corridor through a comment map.
“We value the feedback from those who use the Broadway Corridor,” said Shane Roberts, project manager for the City of Littleton. “This area is essential to so many communities. We’ve all watched the corridor grow and change over the decades, and now the public can be a part of its future.”
The study is expected to conclude by the end of 2023 and will result in recommendations and quick-win projects that can be pursued by community partners.
The study will identify improvements that will celebrate and connect the unique identities of the surrounding communities, foster economic vibrancy, provide safe and comfortable spaces and support regional mobility options. It also will identify long-term multimodal transportation improvements and short-term, quick-win improvements to address critical issues.
The study will also examine potential land use, zoning and economic development changes that would enhance the corridor’s character and appeal.
Throughout the course of the study, there will be several additional opportunities for the public to share ideas on how to improve the Broadway Corridor. Visit www.littletonco.gov/Broadway-Corridor-Study to learn more.