Hampden Ave. Mobility & Safety Study

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Summary

Hampden Avenue (U.S. 285) is a critical element of the Colorado and the Denver metro area transportation network. The corridor has a long history of moving people and goods through and between the cities of Sheridan, Englewood, Cherry Hills Village and Denver, and provides essential commercial and regional access to the C470 and I-25 corridors. The study will examine the corridor through the following four segments:

  • Lowell Boulevard/Knox Court to Santa Fe Drive
  • Santa Fe Drive to Gilpin Street
  • Gilpin Street to Colorado Boulevard
  • Colorado Boulevard to 1-25

What is the primary goal of the study?

The primary goal of the Hampden Ave Mobility & Safety Study is to identify a corridor vision that can be translated into both short-term and long-term improvements that address safety concerns and include proposed actions for reducing congestion, improving operational performance, and addressing future transportation needs and multimodal options within the defined Hampden Avenue corridor. The project also looks to preserve community character and seek ways to enhance community amenities and/or placemaking.

Timeline

This project will be completed over the course of a 12-month period

Public Process & Upcoming Community Events A picture demonstrates the Hampden Avenue Mobility & Safety Study's open house flyer.

This project looks to both inform and engage with the community. This project will ensure everyone is heard and the corridor communities and stakeholders will contribute to a shared vision for improvements through a proactive approach that identifies issues, develops priorities and solutions while being mindful of impacts to local communities, regional commuters, and the environment.

Hampden Avenue Mobility & Safety Study's Public Open House

Join us on Tuesday, August 30, 2022, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at Englewood High School (3800 S Logan St, Englewood, CO, 80113).

Participants will have the opportunity to “choose their own adventure” from a series of stations focused on project overview, public involvement, active transit and drive across the corridor, and next steps. The project team will be staffing each station to answer any questions and collect feedback.

Directions: Please plan to enter the Open House through Englewood High School’s main entrance (Mansfield Avenue and Logan Street parking lot).

Recommended Transit Route: The closest bus station is S Broadway & Mansfield Avenue. From the bus station, it is about a 5–10-minute walk along Mansfield Avenue.

Parking: Please plan on parking in the Mansfield and Logan Parking Lot. This parking lot is closest to the main entrance.

To download a copy of the Open House flyer, click here.






Summary

Hampden Avenue (U.S. 285) is a critical element of the Colorado and the Denver metro area transportation network. The corridor has a long history of moving people and goods through and between the cities of Sheridan, Englewood, Cherry Hills Village and Denver, and provides essential commercial and regional access to the C470 and I-25 corridors. The study will examine the corridor through the following four segments:

  • Lowell Boulevard/Knox Court to Santa Fe Drive
  • Santa Fe Drive to Gilpin Street
  • Gilpin Street to Colorado Boulevard
  • Colorado Boulevard to 1-25

What is the primary goal of the study?

The primary goal of the Hampden Ave Mobility & Safety Study is to identify a corridor vision that can be translated into both short-term and long-term improvements that address safety concerns and include proposed actions for reducing congestion, improving operational performance, and addressing future transportation needs and multimodal options within the defined Hampden Avenue corridor. The project also looks to preserve community character and seek ways to enhance community amenities and/or placemaking.

Timeline

This project will be completed over the course of a 12-month period

Public Process & Upcoming Community Events A picture demonstrates the Hampden Avenue Mobility & Safety Study's open house flyer.

This project looks to both inform and engage with the community. This project will ensure everyone is heard and the corridor communities and stakeholders will contribute to a shared vision for improvements through a proactive approach that identifies issues, develops priorities and solutions while being mindful of impacts to local communities, regional commuters, and the environment.

Hampden Avenue Mobility & Safety Study's Public Open House

Join us on Tuesday, August 30, 2022, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at Englewood High School (3800 S Logan St, Englewood, CO, 80113).

Participants will have the opportunity to “choose their own adventure” from a series of stations focused on project overview, public involvement, active transit and drive across the corridor, and next steps. The project team will be staffing each station to answer any questions and collect feedback.

Directions: Please plan to enter the Open House through Englewood High School’s main entrance (Mansfield Avenue and Logan Street parking lot).

Recommended Transit Route: The closest bus station is S Broadway & Mansfield Avenue. From the bus station, it is about a 5–10-minute walk along Mansfield Avenue.

Parking: Please plan on parking in the Mansfield and Logan Parking Lot. This parking lot is closest to the main entrance.

To download a copy of the Open House flyer, click here.






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Help us identify a vision for Hampden Avenue (U.S. 285)

17 days

We want your input! Please use this map to help us identify a vision for the future of Hampden Avenue by sharing what you like, what you hope to see improved, and your vision for the corridor.

Please follow these steps to leave your feedback:

  1. Choose a pin by topic (Options include Safety, Mobility, Congestion, Bicycle/Pedestrian, Transit, and General).
  2. Drag your pin to a specific location within the project area (the shaded area on the map).
  3. Respond to the survey questions as it relates to your chosen pin topic.
  4. Drop as many pins on the map as you would like.

In addition to adding your own feedback, this tool allows you to see what others in the community have been saying about Hampden Avenue. You may also upload photographs of the area you are providing feedback on if you would like to.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.
Page last updated: 08 Aug 2022, 02:00 PM