The City and County of Denver is working with communities to create complete transportation networks, implementing a new strategy for planning multimodal networks and rapidly building out high-comfort bike projects through this program.

Your feedback on the proposed improvements below will help us plan and design the projects that best meet the community’s needs.
 
The following survey should take approximately 5 minutes to complete. Thank you for your input!
N Franklin St

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Traffic data was collected along this corridor. This data indicated that traffic volumes and speeds are higher north of E 16th Ave. In this section of the corridor, a striped bike lane is necessary to maintain a comfortable bicycling experience for less confident bicycle riders. To install a bike lane, some parking will need to be removed from Franklin St. North of E 19th Ave, parking can remain on the west side, while south of E 19th Ave, parking removal from both sides of Franklin St is necessary to accommodate striped buffered bike lanes.

Franklin Street, South of E 16th Ave, is intended to be a Neighborhood Bikeway, as traffic volumes are more in line with that facility type. Parking will be retained for this section of the street. Neighborhood bikeways include design changes that help to maintain low traffic volumes and speeds. They also include added signage and enhanced pavement markings to communicate that bicyclists can share the travel lane. The most prominent proposed changes along the neighborhood bikeway portion of Franklin St include curb extensions and traffic diversions. The diversions at E 13th Ave and E 14th Ave would restrict vehicular through movements and left turns onto Franklin St, and prioritize movements for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Using a mix of design elements is critical to achieving lower overall travel speeds and volumes. That is why different elements are recommended. Additionally, by slowing vehicles down, the street becomes less desirable as a cut-through street for vehicles. These changes in turn will also help to keep Franklin St a low traffic street.

Together, these changes create a more comfortable corridor to walk and bicycle along.

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* 1. How do you typically travel on this street? (Check all that apply)

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* 2. What activities do you typically use this street for? (Check all that apply)

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* 3. What are your top two concerns related to safety and mobility along this corridor today? (Check all that apply)

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* 4. Changes to the street along the neighborhood bikeway portion of Franklin St south of E 16th Ave are recommended to reduce the amount of cut-through traffic along the corridor, while still providing access to local residents, businesses and visitors. Minimizing cut-through traffic and prioritizing local access along the street will make walking and biking along the street safer and more comfortable.

How interested are you in changes to the street that reduce traffic and prioritize mobility for pedestrians and bicyclists?

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* 5. Is there a specific location where you want traffic along the corridor to be reduced most?

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* 6. Changes to the street along the neighborhood bikeway portion of Franklin St south of E 16th Ave are recommended to reduce vehicle speeds along the corridor. Slowing speeds along the street will make walking and biking along the street safer and more comfortable.

How interested are you in changes to the street that reduces speeds and prioritize mobility for pedestrians and bicyclists?

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* 7. Is there a specific location where you want speed along the corridor to be reduced most?

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* 8. A goal of this project is to make crossing busier streets more comfortable.

How interested are you in changes to the street that make these intersections safer to cross as a pedestrian or bicyclist?

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* 9. From 21st Ave to 16th Ave, the project proposes the removal of some parking along the corridor. Repurposing this parking will provide space to install a dedicated bike lane along. Bike lanes are linked to increased safety for all roadway users, by helping to moderate travel speeds, improving sight lines at intersections, decreasing crashes, and improving predictability of all roadway interactions.

How interested are you in this change to the street to improve the comfort and safety for all roadway users?

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* 10. Have you read information about this project already? (Check all that apply) Note: if you have not read this information yet, you can do so by clicking here.

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* 11. Not every project can provide space for all the ways we move, and they often require tradeoffs.

Identify your two (2) most important priorities for the proposed improvements to this corridor.

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* 12. Do you have any general comments for the project team about the design concept?

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* 13. What is your zip code? (Optional)

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