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1 Stakeholder Working Group Tuesday, May 10, :30 to 7:30 PM Temple Emanuel 51 Grape Street, Denver, CO Meeting Goals Overview of the Study Understanding of roles/expectations for Stakeholder Working Group (SWG) Begin development of a corridor vision Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Introductions 3. Project Overview a. Schedule b. Scope of Work c. Role of SWG/Charter 4. Existing Conditions Summary 5. Mobility Issues Exercise 6. Vision Exercise 7. Next Steps Open House #1 May 24, :30 7:30 PM Temple Emanuel 51 Grape Street Denver, CO SWG #2 Late July Date, time and location TBD Website: 1

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3 Scope of Services Summary The Speer Leetsdale corridor is a prominent travel route for local Denver residents, commuters and visitors. The Speer Leetsdale Mobility Study () will evaluate how to improve the way this corridor moves people between Broadway and Mississippi Avenue through a variety of different transportation modes, including walking, biking, public transit and driving. The study will also consider transportation facilities approximately one half mile to the north and the south of the main corridor to acknowledge the broader roadway network that influences Speer Leetsdale. It is important to note that the study area is just one element of a larger travel movement connecting people to I-25 to the west and to I-225 to the southeast. The City and County of Denver (CCD) Public Works will actively seek input from corridor stakeholders and the general public throughout the study through advisory groups, public meetings and other outreach efforts. Members of the advisory groups are community and jurisdiction representatives, technical experts, and representatives from Denver registered neighborhood organizations (RNOs). Denver Public Works has retained the Felsburg Holt & Ullevig (FHU) team, which includes Rocky Mountain West Transit and Urban Planning, GBSM, Toole Design Group, Apex Design, Leese & Associates, Arland, and Two Hundred to help conduct the study. Identify a Corridor Vision Denver Public Work s 2008 Strategic Transportation Plan (STP) envisions a future where roadways offer increased person trip carrying capacity and improve efficiency and reliability for enhanced transit operations and non-motorized travel modes. will work to define the overall vision for the corridor by articulating a clear purpose and need for the study effort. This visioning process will help guide how the team identifies specific recommendations for multimodal transportation improvements along the corridor. Identify Issues The project team will analyze current and future (2040) demographic, land use and transportation data to explore existing mobility concerns and identify anticipated transportation issues in the future. With help from stakeholders, the project team will identify and map current conditions and needs for cyclists, transit users, pedestrians, and drivers along the Speer Leetsdale corridor by examining the corridor s operational and physical characteristics as well as the surrounding land use patterns. In addition, sensitive environmental resources will be identified and evaluated, such properties with or eligible for historic status, noise and air quality conditions. Learn from the Public and Stakeholders Input from the public and stakeholders will be key building blocks for developing a recommended approach for improved mobility along the corridor. The team will solicit input on the issues, needs and ideas along the corridor throughout the study. This will include the following forums: Stakeholder Working Group (SWG) - A geographically targeted task force formed to include representation from registered neighborhood organizations, educational groups, formal business/maintenance groups, and/or transportation management associations located on or within the study area. 2

4 Technical Working Group (TWG) - Includes CCD personnel and technical partners from external agencies including RTD, CDOT, the Glendale, DRCOG, Aurora, Arapahoe County, and others as identified during the study. Public Meetings formal public meetings and other engagement opportunities will be held throughout the study area duration. Please continue to check the study webpage at for the latest information on how to get involved. Develop Possible Solutions After developing a clear understanding of corridor needs, a broad and comprehensive set of potential improvements will be identified and evaluated that can then be combined or packaged into a preferred approach for the corridor. Potential improvements include those that could be implemented along the entire length of the corridor as well as location-specific projects to address particular issues or constraints. Pick the Best Approach Potential packages of improvements will be evaluated based on how well they address identified issues along the corridor and how well they support the overall corridor vision and purpose and need developed at the outset of the study. The evaluation will provide qualitative and quantitative assessment of each package. Evaluation criteria will be developed with the public and stakeholders. Examples of the evaluation criteria include the: a. Ability to improve person trip carrying capacity along the corridor b. Ability to improve pedestrian and bicycle connections, network, and experience c. Ability to improve transit operations d. Impact on future travel times for all modes e. Anticipated impact on safety f. Ability to improve livability or urban design qualities g. Ability to catalyze/support economic development or redevelopment h. Impacts to existing right of way and need for expanded right of way i. Potential environmental impacts and ability to mitigate impacts j. Cost (including capital, ongoing operations and maintenance, and opportunity costs) k. Other Increasingly detailed levels of screening will be applied to narrow the list of potential improvement packages and to ultimately identify the preferred approach for implementation. Phasing and Implementation After identifying the overall set of improvement packages ( the preferred approach ) that best addresses the mobility needs of the Speer Leetsdale corridor, the team will evaluate potential phasing opportunities considering the most acute needs, order of magnitude costs, and constructability. A recommended phasing plan will help the City identify funding opportunities to implement each project. Deliverables and Documentation Each phase of the study effort will be documented in a final report, which will include both narrative and technical information on the process and projects identified. The final report will be available on the project website once complete (anticipated in spring 2017). 3

5 Project Schedule MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR TASK 1: Project Management Project Kick-off Project Work Plan Project Management Team Meetings TASK 2: Define Purpose & Need Corridor Vision Statement TASK 3: Document Review, Data Collection & Analysis of Existing Conditions Document Review & Data Collection Existing Conditions Technical Memorandum TASK 4: Needs Assessment & Corridor Vision Needs Assessment Technical Memorandum TASK 5: Identification of Alternative Evaluation Criteria Evaluation Criteria Process Technical Memorandum TASK 6: Development of Corridor Alternatives/Stage 1 Alternatives Development & Stage 1 Technical Memorandum TASK 7: Comparative Analysis of Corridor/Stage 2 Stage 2 Technical Memorandum TASK 8: Identification of Preferred Alternative/Stage 3 Stage 3 Technical Memorandum TASK 9: Recommended Alt. Concept Development, Prelim Cost Estimation & Packaging/ Phasing Recommended Alternative Technical Memorandum TASK 10: Project Report Draft Report Final Report TASK 11: Public Involvement Process Public Involvement Plan Stakeholder Working Group Meetings (3) Technical Working Group Meetings (4) Public Meetings (3) 4 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /05/2016

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7 Stakeholder Working Group PARTICIPANT ROLES AND TEAM CHARTER The Stakeholder Working Group (SWG) is comprised of representatives from neighborhood organizations, businesses and civic interests in the Speer/Leetsdale corridor (roughly bounded by Broadway to the west, Mississippi Avenue to the east and approximately a half mile in either direction of Speer/Leetsdale to the north and south). The SWG will meet up to three times throughout the study to provide input on the study s findings and serve as a critical conduit between the project team and the public. Each Stakeholder Working Group member is expected to: Act as a representative of their community. Although everyone has diverse personal opinions on transit and mobility within the Speer/Leetsdale corridor, SWG members will put aside personal interests and participate in a manner that represents their organization s interests while also being conducive to the best interest of the community as a whole. Bring ideas and collaborate. Meetings will be productive forums for sharing ideas, issues, solutions and feedback. Prior to meetings, SWG members will solicit input and feedback from their constituents. Respect the ideas of others. Even though members may disagree with some of the ideas that are brought to the table, it is important to listen to everyone s input with respect and consideration. At times, members will agree to disagree. Focus on the task at hand. will develop a corridor vision, produce corridor alternatives, compare those alternatives, and recommend a preferred alternative. The SWG will be given specific tasks and areas for input tailored to each project phase. Members agree to focus on the task at hand (e.g. identifying issues rather than jumping into solutions) in order to best facilitate positive plan outcomes. Share information. Each member will share information about with others in their respective organization and community. Members will encourage others to get involved with the project by participating in public meetings, signing up for updates and sharing project information. 5

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9 DRAFT Existing Conditions Summary 13Bus lines serve/cross the corridor 20mph 20mph 69,800 Live outside the corridor/work in the corridor (83L/83D) 0 EB 40mph 0 WB 40mph mph mph Average Speed Average Speed min to travel by bus in the AM 12 min 30 min min to travel by bus in the PM 13 min 40 min Households 5,600 Live and work in the corridor 35,800 Live in the corridor/work outside the corridor Jobs 25 Crashes involving bicycles ( ) 14 Other 4 WB Speer Blvd & Lincoln St 7 er Rd. & Mississippi Ave 21% Growth % Growth Accidents involving 22pedestrians 1185 Intersections Vehicle Crashes ( ) 3intersections with moderate or high potential for crash reduction operating 10at/over capacity 6 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /05/2016

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11 Stakeholder Working Group Meeting Worksheet A. Identify Mobility Issues 1. Identify your top mobility issues and concerns on the roll plots. Mobility Issues and Concerns: 2. In small groups of 2 or 3, discuss your mobility issues and write a newspaper headline about the corridor as it exists today. Newspaper Headline: 3. Share your small group s top three issues and headline with the larger group. 7

12 B. Define a Vision A Vision is a clear, succinct and inspirational description of what the corridor will look like and how it will operate after successful implementation of recommended strategies. It is an expression by the people about what they want the corridor to be a preferred future, a word or picture of the corridor. A vision should include desired outcomes and benefits A vision should grow out of past decisions and actions as much as possible A vision should be inspirational A vision should be widely disseminated and used to help guide organizational decisions and actions 4. Identify your top three aspirations for the corridor; consider the following: Who uses the corridor? Who will use the corridor 20 years from now? What land uses exist along the corridor? What land uses would you like to see 20 years from now? What will make this corridor exceptional or more desirable than other corridors? How will emerging technologies (i.e. intelligent transportation systems, alternative fuel vehicles, etc.) integrate with the corridor? Aspirations: 5. In your small groups, discuss your answers and identify 2-3 common themes. Common themes: 6. In your small group, create a newspaper headline about the corridor as you would envision it 20 years in the future and share with the larger group. Newspaper Headline: 8

13 Appendix: Existing Conditions

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15 CHERRY CREEK 5 reek Cherr y C Logan St. Broadway Lincoln St. Washington St. Clarkson St. Josephine St. Columbine St. Elizabeth St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. 7th Ave. 6th Ave. Speer Blvd. Sherman St. Grant St. Pennsylvania St. Pearl St. Emerson St. Ogden St. Marion Pkwy. Lafayette St. Humboldt St. Franklin St. Gilpin St. Williams St. High St. Race St. Vine St. Gaylord St. York St. N. Dr. 5th Ave. 4th Ave. 3rd Ave. 2nd Ave. Cheesman Congress A B C D 8th Ave. Ellsworth Ave. West Corridor DRAFT Zeckendorf Plaza X X Character Areas Council Districts Jurisdictional Boundaries Governors Alamo Placita James N Manley Hungarian Freedom Shopping Center Pulaski Burns Brest 10 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

16 1 High Line Canal Trail er Rd. Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY Birch St. Clermont St. Cherry St. Dexter St. Dahlia St. Monaco Pkwy. Quebec St. Eudora St. Elm St. Fairfax St. Forest St. Glencoe St. Grape St. Hudson St. Ivy St. Jersey St. Jasmine St. Kearney St. Leetsdale Dr. Krameria St. Leyden St. Locust St. Niagara St. Oneida St. EllsworthAve. Crestmoor Exposition Ave. East Corridor DRAFT Burns Takayama Brest X X Character Areas Council Districts Jurisdictional Boundaries Greek Orthodox Cathedral Target E F Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center George Washington H.S. Four Mile Historic Potenaza Garland Frances Weisbart Jacobs 11 Fairmount Cemetery Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

17 DRAFT Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Analysis - West Corridor Cheesman Congress A B C D 8th Ave. Broadway Lincoln St. reek Cherr y C Logan St. Washington St. Clarkson St. Josephine St. Columbine St. Elizabeth St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Zeckendorf Plaza Governors 7th Ave. 6th Ave. 5th Ave. Speer Blvd. Grant St. Pennsylvania St. Pearl St. Emerson St. Ogden St. Marion Pkwy. Lafayette St. Humboldt St. Franklin St. Gilpin St. Williams St. High St. Race St. Vine St. Gaylord St. York St. 4th Ave. 3rd Ave. Alamo Placita James N Manley 2nd Ave. Crash Type Bike Pedestrian Number of Crashes if X More than 1 Issue Hungarian Freedom Ellsworth Ave. Missing Crosswalk Missing Curb Ramp >.25 Miles Between Marked Crossings Difficult Trail Connection Challenging Pedestrian Crossing Channelized Right Turn Crossing Shopping Center Pulaski Burns Brest N. Dr. Existing Bicycle Facilities Trail Separated Bike Lane Buffered Bike Lane Bike Lane Shared Lane Markings Sidewalk/Bikes Permitted Sherman St. 12 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /09/2016

18 DRAFT Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Analysis - East Corridor E F EllsworthAve. Birch St. Clermont St. Cherry St. Dexter St. Dahlia St. Eudora St. Elm St. Fairfax St. Forest St. Glencoe St. Grape St. Hudson St. Ivy St. Jersey St. Jasmine St. Kearney St. Crestmoor Burns Takayama Target Greek Orthodox Cathedral Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center Monaco Pkwy. Quebec St. Crash Type Bike Brest Pedestrian Number of Crashes if X More than 1 Issue Missing Crosswalk Missing Curb Ramp >.25 Miles Between Marked Crossings Difficult Trail Connection Challenging Pedestrian Crossing Channelized Right Turn Crossing Four Mile Historic Exposition Ave. Leetsdale Dr. George Washington H.S. Fairmount Cemetery High Line Canal Trail Existing Bicycle Facilities Trail Separated Bike Lane Buffered Bike Lane Bike Lane Shared Lane Markings Sidewalk/Bikes Permitted Potenaza Krameria St. Garland Leyden St. Locust St. Niagara St. Oneida St. Frances Weisbart Jacobs er Rd. 13 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /09/2016

19 AM Bus Average Travel Speeds - 83D/83L - West Corridor DRAFT Cheesman Congress A B C D 8th Ave. Broadway Lincoln St. CHERRY CREEK reek Cherr y C Logan St. Washington St. Clarkson St. Josephine St. Columbine St. Elizabeth St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Zeckendorf Plaza Governors 7th Ave. 6th Ave. 5th Ave. Speer Blvd. Sherman St. Grant St. Pennsylvania St. Pearl St. Emerson St. Ogden St. Marion Pkwy. Lafayette St. Humboldt St. Franklin St. Gilpin St. Williams St. High St. Race St. Vine St. Gaylord St. York St. 4th Ave. 3rd Ave. 2nd Ave. Hungarian Freedom Alamo Placita James N Manley Shopping Center Ellsworth Ave. AM Bus Travel Speed 0-10mph 11-15mph 16-20mph 21-25mph 26-30mph Bus Stop Pulaski Burns Traffic Signal SOURCE: RTD Route 83 TriTapt data, August-December 2015 Brest N. Dr. 14 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

20 1 High Line Canal Trail er Rd. AM Bus Average Travel Speeds - 83D/83L - East Corridor DRAFT E F Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY Monaco Pkwy. Quebec St. Birch St. Clermont St. Cherry St. Dexter St. Dahlia St. Eudora St. Elm St. Fairfax St. Forest St. Glencoe St. Grape St. Hudson St. Ivy St. Jersey St. Jasmine St. Kearney St. EllsworthAve. Crestmoor Burns Takayama Target Greek Orthodox Cathedral Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center Leetsdale Dr. Brest Exposition Ave. Four Mile Historic George Washington H.S. Krameria St. AM Bus Travel Speed 0-10mph 11-15mph 16-20mph 21-25mph 26-30mph Bus Stop Leyden St. Locust St. Niagara St. Oneida St. Traffic Signal SOURCE: RTD Route 83 TriTapt data, August-December 2015 Potenaza Garland Frances Weisbart Jacobs 15 Fairmount Cemetery Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

21 PM Bus Average Travel Speeds - 83D/83L - West Corridor DRAFT Cheesman Congress A B C D 8th Ave. Broadway Lincoln St. CHERRY CREEK reek Cherr y C Logan St. Washington St. Clarkson St. Josephine St. Columbine St. Elizabeth St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Zeckendorf Plaza Governors 7th Ave. 6th Ave. 5th Ave. Speer Blvd. Sherman St. Grant St. Pennsylvania St. Pearl St. Emerson St. Ogden St. Marion Pkwy. Lafayette St. Humboldt St. Franklin St. Gilpin St. Williams St. High St. Race St. Vine St. Gaylord St. York St. 4th Ave. 3rd Ave. Alamo Placita James N Manley 2nd Ave. Hungarian Freedom Shopping Center Ellsworth Ave. AM Bus Travel Speed 0-10mph 11-15mph 16-20mph 21-25mph 26-30mph Bus Stop Traffic Signal Pulaski Burns SOURCE: RTD Route 83 TriTapt data, August-December 2015 Brest N. Dr. 16 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

22 High Line Canal Trail er Rd. PM Bus Average Travel Speeds - 83D/83L - East Corridor DRAFT E F Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY Monaco Pkwy. Quebec St. Birch St. Clermont St. Cherry St. Dexter St. Dahlia St. Eudora St. Elm St. Fairfax St. Forest St. Glencoe St. Grape St. Hudson St. Ivy St. Jersey St. Jasmine St. Kearney St. EllsworthAve. Crestmoor Burns Takayama Target Greek Orthodox Cathedral Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center Leetsdale Dr. Brest AM Bus Travel Speed 0-10mph 11-15mph 16-20mph 21-25mph 26-30mph Bus Stop Krameria St. Leyden St. Locust St. Niagara St. Oneida St. Four Mile Historic Exposition Ave. Traffic Signal SOURCE: RTD Route 83 TriTapt data, August-December 2015 Potenaza Garland George Washington H.S. Frances Weisbart Jacobs 17 Fairmount Cemetery Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /05/2016

23 Number of Daily Bus Trips and Route Boardings - West Corridor DRAFT Cheesman Congress A B C D 8th Ave. Broadway Lincoln St. CHERRY CREEK reek Cherr y C Logan St. Washington St. Clarkson St. Josephine St. Columbine St. Elizabeth St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Zeckendorf Plaza Governors th Ave. 6th Ave th Ave. Speer Blvd. Sherman St. Grant St. Pennsylvania St. Pearl St. Emerson St. Ogden St. Marion Pkwy. Lafayette St. Humboldt St. Franklin St. Gilpin St. Williams St. High St. Race St. Vine St. Gaylord St. York St. XX 134 4th Ave. 3rd Ave. 2nd Ave. 146 O/OL O/OL 3L 3L 1 83D L Hungarian Freedom Alamo Placita L 83D 3L 24 James N Manley 3 Ellsworth Ave. XXXX Bus Routes Number of Daily Bus Trips per Roadway Segment Estimated Number of Daily Route Boardings Pulaski 1 Burns N. Dr L SOURCE: DUS--Glendale Corridor Feasiblity Study, 2014 SOURCE: RTD Service Performance, 2014 X D 83L O/OL Route No Shopping Center Brest Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /05/2016

24 DRAFT Number of Daily Bus Trips and Route Boardings - East Corridor 70 1 E F EllsworthAve. 232 Birch St. Clermont St. Cherry St. Dexter St. Dahlia St. Eudora St. Elm St. Fairfax St. Forest St. Glencoe St. Grape St. Hudson St. Ivy St. Jersey St. Jasmine St. Kearney St. Crestmoor 175 Burns 70 XX XXXX Takayama Bus Routes Brest Number of Daily Bus Trips per Roadway Segment Estimated Number of Daily Route Boardings 1 3 3L X Target SOURCE: DUS--Glendale Corridor Feasiblity Study, 2014 SOURCE: RTD Service Performance, D 83L O/OL Route No. Greek Orthodox Cathedral 1 46 Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center 11 Four Mile Historic L 83 3D 3L Potenaza Exposition Ave. 74 Leetsdale Dr. 19 Garland Krameria St. Leyden St. Locust St. Monaco Pkwy George Washington H.S. Niagara St. Oneida St. Quebec St D er Rd. 160 Fairmount Cemetery High Line Canal Trail 11 Frances Weisbart 178 Jacobs Unincorporated 11 ARAPAHOE 83L COUNTY 74 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /05/2016

25 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016 Washington St. Grant St. Logan St. Clarkson St. Emerson St. Broadway Lincoln St. Josephine St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. N. Dr. Speer Blvd. Gilpin St. 27,850 5th Ave. 6th Ave. 27,700 6,200 4th Ave. 5,300 3rd Ave. 2nd Ave. 26,600 35,000 20,500 47,800 Ellsworth Ave. Existing Average Daily Traffic Volumes - West Corridor DRAFT 33,100 31,450 27,350 33,250 27,600 11,400 7,600 6,800 XX,XXX 2011 Daily Volumes XX,XXX 2013 Daily Volumes XX,XXX 2014 Daily Volumes SOURCES: Denver Regional Council of Governments Regional Data Catalog Area ing and Traffic Conditions Inventory, ,650 50,250 46,350 50,750 14,800 14,100 5,150 58,750 Shopping Center 27,400 64,350 18,600 35,700 47,500 52,300

26 DRAFT Existing Average Daily Traffic Volumes - East Corridor EllsworthAve. 18,600 47,500 36,500 Target Greek Orthodox Cathedral Cherry St. Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center 4,000 Forest St. Hudson St. Jersey St. 11,400 36,050 Leetsdale Dr. George Washington H.S. 34,000 Exposition Ave. XX,XXX XX,XXX XX,XXX 2011 Daily Volumes 2013 Daily Volumes 2014 Daily Volumes SOURCES: Denver Regional Council of Governments Regional Data Catalog Area ing and Traffic Conditions Inventory, Krameria St. Leyden St. 24,300 Locust St. Monaco Pkwy. 38,000 Niagara St. Oneida St. Quebec St. 24,000 er Rd. Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY 47,600 31,850 19,900 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

27 DRAFT Existing Traffic Volumes - West Corridor Logan St. Clarkson St. Lincoln St. Broadway 5th Ave. 4th Ave. 6th Ave. Speer Blvd. CHERRY CREEK Washington St. Josephine St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Gilpin St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Grant St. Emerson St. 3rd Ave. 10(15) 1200(2880) 2170(2250) 80(130) 390(260) 1705(1895) 430(530) 2030(1605) 50(65) 310(1255) 20(20) 160(450) 25(45) 420(605) 10(5) 1605(1815) 2170(1970) 40(40) 255(100) 2150(1860) 50(85) 2315(2100) 35(95) 70(75) 2145(2005) 2380(2220) 45(145) 50(90) 1810(1365) 240(190) 540(500) 185(80) 165(145) 350(215) 390(410) 80(65) 2285(2265) nd Ave. 5(5) 2285(2190) 15(40) Ellsworth Ave. 1420(3440) 160(380) 195(955) 105(435) 75(125) 395(695) 60(65) 45(90) 0(5) 20(60) 1340(2340) 285(600) 1290(2340) 45(45) 40(70) 1360(2895) 115(700) 1225(2795) 25(170) 20(55) 1410(2895) 1310(2200) 125(430) 740(680) 15(35) 345(230) 20(30) 690(765) 75(80) 5(5) 5(15) 5(30) 10(5) 5(15) 55(30) 10(15) 1825(2235) 10(45) 135(195) 1565(1405) 145(375) 70(190) 1000(1085) 115(210) (160) 1195(1275) 650(675) 25(30) 1990(1820) 5(20) 585(385) 1005(1220) 325(265) 20(55) 15(40) 10(40) 20(85) 20(25) 35(90) 105(60) 1895(1755) 5(20) 45(175) 5(5) 40(140) 80(60) 1390(1485) 5(15) 30(50) 1965(1995) 55(45) 1260(1620) 40(85) 0(5) 0(5) 25(60) 45(50) 1895(1840) 5(165) 5(105) 100(115) 1405(1525) 30(130) 1460(1640) 115(125) 1920(1840) 5(145) 5(90) 50(130) 50(110) Shopping Center (85) 1305(1650) (235) 1510(1050) 510(600) (1155) 225(295) 20(35) 465(645) 25(90) 75(120) 45(110) 15(20) 35(150) 935(1225) 110(95) 285(390) 1085(1430) N. Dr. 15(125) 80(80) 45(180) 135(100) 5(20) 35(40) 1235(1025) 65(115) 1460(1165) 15(45) 10(30) 925(1280) 35(110) 5(45) 0(20) 5(85) 70(70) 915(915) 295(230) 25(95) 1510(1095) 15(30) 10(10) 1385(1285) 100(100) XXX(XXX) AM(PM) Peak Hour Traffic Volumes (940) 405(570) 20(40) 630(985) 35(35) 27 15(20) 350(615) 115(210) 1410(1675) 270(270) 20(65) 1580(1515) XXXX Year Counts Were Taken SOURCE: Various Traffic Studies, City and County of Denver 22 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /21/2016

28 DRAFT Existing Traffic Volumes - East Corridor EllsworthAve. Monaco Pkwy. Quebec St. Cherry St. Forest St. Hudson St. Jersey St. 15(10) 25(20) 25(20) Leetsdale Dr. Exposition Ave. Oneida St. Niagara St. Locust St. Leyden St. Krameria St. 15(30) 495(850) 425(685) 220(115) 960(770) 55(50) 55(75) 25(65) 10(0) 15(85) 945(1480) 10(10) 85(200) 410(490) 10(15) 0(0) 710(1085) 180(155) 1355(1005) 470(405) 15(60) 1820(1345) 50(55) 10(10) 10(40) 45(60) 1830(1270) 65(40) 90(240) 195(485) 20(20) 40(105) 30(95) 75(55) 70(50) 20(30) 35(100) 805(1465) 10(35) 95(85) 1665(1180) 65(55) 105(60) 365(470) 75(65) 15(35) 720(1375) 65(125) 140(135) 295(510) 60(65) 100(120) 1095(1160) 5(10) 75(115) 5(10) 5(15) 10(10) 935(1055) 15(35) 5(10) 940(865) 200(315) 10(25) 695(1245) 85(120) 160(255) 1590(1080) 75(125) 125(140) 745(795) 50(95) 40(30) 15(15) 30(25) 10(40) 880(1615) 20(45) 30(35) 1775(1435) 125(65) 55(80) 15(30) 75(150) 80(60) 710(785) 230(410) 445(255) 1625(1225) 270(160) (530) 350(700) 780(1380) 70(115) 785(1210) 65(85)20(45) 1450(1125) 110(190) 200(205) 615(680) 80(225) Target Greek Orthodox Cathedral 31 Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center George Washington H.S (25) 515(480) 890(705) er Rd. XXX(XXX) XXXX AM(PM) Peak Hour Traffic Volumes Year Counts Were Taken SOURCE: Various Traffic Studies, City and County of Denver 23 Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY 39 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /19/2016

29 DRAFT Existing Lane Geometry - West Corridor Logan St. Clarkson St. Lincoln St. Broadway 5th Ave th Ave. 6th Ave. 9 8 Speer Blvd. CHERRY CREEK Washington St. Josephine St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Gilpin St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Grant St. Emerson St. 3rd Ave. 2nd Ave Shopping Center 26 Ellsworth Ave N. Dr. Lane Geometry Traffic Signal Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /05/2016

30 DRAFT Existing Lane Geometry - East Corridor EllsworthAve. 30 Target Cherry St. Greek Orthodox Cathedral 31 Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center Forest St. 32 Hudson St. 33 Jersey St Leetsdale Dr. George Washington H.S. Exposition Ave Lane Geometry Traffic Signal 25 Krameria St. Leyden St. Locust St. Monaco Pkwy. 36 Niagara St. 37 Oneida St. Quebec St. 38 er Rd. Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY 39 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /05/2016

31 Posted Speeds - West Corridor DRAFT Cheesman Congress A B C D 8th Ave. Broadway Lincoln St. CHERRY CREEK reek Cherr y C Logan St. Washington St. Clarkson St. Josephine St. Columbine St. Elizabeth St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Zeckendorf Plaza Governors 7th Ave. 6th Ave. 5th Ave. Speer Blvd. Sherman St. Grant St. Pennsylvania St. Pearl St. Emerson St. Ogden St. Marion Pkwy. Lafayette St. Humboldt St. Franklin St. Gilpin St. Williams St. High St. Race St. Vine St. Gaylord St. York St. 4th Ave. 3rd Ave. 2nd Ave. Hungarian Freedom Alamo Placita James N Manley Ellsworth Ave. Posted Speed Limits 30 mph 35 mph 40 mph Shopping Center Pulaski Burns Brest N. Dr. 26 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

32 High Line Canal Trail er Rd. Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY Birch St. Clermont St. Cherry St. Dexter St. Dahlia St. Monaco Pkwy. Quebec St. Eudora St. Elm St. Fairfax St. Forest St. Glencoe St. Grape St. Hudson St. Ivy St. Jersey St. Jasmine St. Kearney St. Leetsdale Dr. Krameria St. Leyden St. Locust St. Niagara St. Oneida St. EllsworthAve. Crestmoor Exposition Ave. Posted Speeds - East Corridor DRAFT Burns Takayama Target Greek Orthodox Cathedral Brest Posted Speed Limits 30 mph 35 mph 40 mph E F Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center George Washington H.S. Four Mile Historic Potenaza Garland Frances Weisbart Jacobs 27 Fairmount Cemetery Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

33 CHERRY CREEK Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /05/2016 Washington St. Josephine St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Logan St. Clarkson St. Lincoln St. Broadway Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Speer Blvd. Gilpin St. Grant St. Emerson St N. Dr. DRAFT Number of Crashes ( ) - West Corridor th Ave th Ave. 6th Ave rd Ave. 2nd Ave Shopping Center SOURCE: Vision Zero Suite, Ellsworth Ave.

34 DRAFT Number of Crashes ( ) - East Corridor EllsworthAve. Target 58 Cherry St. Greek Orthodox Cathedral 36 Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center Forest St. 22 Hudson St. 36 Jersey St. Leetsdale Dr. George Washington H.S. Exposition Ave. 14 SOURCE: Vision Zero Suite, Krameria St. Leyden St. Locust St. Monaco Pkwy. 67 Niagara St. 35 Oneida St. Quebec St. 89 er Rd. Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY 42 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /05/2016

35 Households with People Older than 65 by Census Block Group - West Corridor DRAFT Cheesman Congress A B C D 8th Ave. Broadway Lincoln St. reek Cherr y C Logan St. Washington St. Clarkson St. Josephine St. Columbine St. Elizabeth St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Zeckendorf Plaza Governors 7th Ave. 6th Ave. 5th Ave. Speer Blvd. Grant St. Pennsylvania St. Pearl St. Emerson St. Ogden St. Marion Pkwy. Lafayette St. Humboldt St. Franklin St. Gilpin St. Williams St. High St. Race St. Vine St. Gaylord St. York St. 4th Ave. 3rd Ave. Alamo Placita James N Manley 2nd Ave. Hungarian Freedom Shopping Center Ellsworth Ave. Households with People Older than Greater Than 500 SOURCE: American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates, Pulaski Burns Brest N. Dr. 30 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /05/2016

36 High Line Canal Trail er Rd. Households with People Older than 65 by Census Block Group - East Corridor DRAFT E F Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY Monaco Pkwy. Quebec St. Birch St. Clermont St. Cherry St. Dexter St. Dahlia St. Eudora St. Elm St. Fairfax St. Forest St. Glencoe St. Grape St. Hudson St. Ivy St. Jersey St. Jasmine St. Kearney St. EllsworthAve. Crestmoor Burns Takayama Target Greek Orthodox Cathedral Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center Leetsdale Dr. Brest Exposition Ave. Four Mile Historic George Washington H.S. Krameria St. Households with People Older than Greater Than 500 Leyden St. Locust St. Niagara St. Oneida St. SOURCE: American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates, Potenaza Garland Frances Weisbart Jacobs 31 Fairmount Cemetery Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /05/2016

37 DRAFT Zero Vehicle Households by Census Block Group - West Corridor Cheesman Congress A B C D 8th Ave. Broadway Lincoln St. reek Cherr y C Logan St. Washington St. Clarkson St. Josephine St. Columbine St. Elizabeth St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Zeckendorf Plaza Governors 7th Ave. 6th Ave. 5th Ave. Speer Blvd. Grant St. Pennsylvania St. Pearl St. Emerson St. Ogden St. Marion Pkwy. Lafayette St. Humboldt St. Franklin St. Gilpin St. Williams St. High St. Race St. Vine St. Gaylord St. York St. 4th Ave. 3rd Ave. Alamo Placita James N Manley 2nd Ave. Hungarian Freedom Shopping Center Ellsworth Ave. Zero Vehicle Households Greater Than 75 Pulaski Burns SOURCE: American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates, Brest N. Dr. 32 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

38 High Line Canal Trail er Rd. DRAFT Zero Vehicle Households by Census Block Group - East Corridor E F Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY Monaco Pkwy. Quebec St. Birch St. Clermont St. Cherry St. Dexter St. Dahlia St. Eudora St. Elm St. Fairfax St. Forest St. Glencoe St. Grape St. Hudson St. Ivy St. Jersey St. Jasmine St. Kearney St. EllsworthAve. Crestmoor Burns Takayama Target Greek Orthodox Cathedral Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center Leetsdale Dr. Brest Exposition Ave. Four Mile Historic George Washington H.S. Zero Vehicle Households Greater Than 75 Krameria St. SOURCE: American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates, Leyden St. Locust St. Niagara St. Oneida St. Potenaza 33 Garland Frances Weisbart Jacobs Fairmount Cemetery Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

39 DRAFT Jobs per Acre by Census Block - West Corridor Cheesman Congress A B C D 8th Ave. Broadway Lincoln St. reek Cherr y C Logan St. Washington St. Clarkson St. Josephine St. Columbine St. Elizabeth St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Zeckendorf Plaza Governors 7th Ave. 6th Ave. 5th Ave. Speer Blvd. Grant St. Pennsylvania St. Pearl St. Emerson St. Ogden St. Marion Pkwy. Lafayette St. Humboldt St. Franklin St. Gilpin St. Williams St. High St. Race St. Vine St. Gaylord St. York St. 4th Ave. 3rd Ave. Alamo Placita James N Manley 2nd Ave. Hungarian Freedom Shopping Center Ellsworth Ave. Jobs per Acre Greater Than 75 SOURCE: 2010 Tiger Data by Census Block & DRCOG Pulaski Burns Brest N. Dr. 34 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

40 High Line Canal Trail er Rd. DRAFT Jobs per Acre by Census Block - East Corridor E F Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY Monaco Pkwy. Quebec St. Birch St. Clermont St. Cherry St. Dexter St. Dahlia St. Eudora St. Elm St. Fairfax St. Forest St. Glencoe St. Grape St. Hudson St. Ivy St. Jersey St. Jasmine St. Kearney St. EllsworthAve. Crestmoor Burns Takayama Target Greek Orthodox Cathedral Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center Leetsdale Dr. Brest Exposition Ave. Four Mile Historic George Washington H.S. Krameria St. Jobs per Acre Greater Than 75 Leyden St. Locust St. Niagara St. Oneida St. SOURCE: 2010 Tiger Data by Census Block & DRCOG Potenaza Garland Frances Weisbart Jacobs 35 Fairmount Cemetery Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

41 DRAFT Percent of Low Income Households per Census Block Group - West Corridor Cheesman Congress A B C D 8th Ave. Broadway Lincoln St. reek Cherr y C Logan St. Washington St. Clarkson St. Josephine St. Columbine St. Elizabeth St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Zeckendorf Plaza Governors 7th Ave. 6th Ave. 5th Ave. Speer Blvd. Grant St. Pennsylvania St. Pearl St. Emerson St. Ogden St. Marion Pkwy. Lafayette St. Humboldt St. Franklin St. Gilpin St. Williams St. High St. Race St. Vine St. Gaylord St. York St. 4th Ave. 3rd Ave. Alamo Placita James N Manley 2nd Ave. Hungarian Freedom Shopping Center Ellsworth Ave. Less than 10% 10% - 30% 31% - 60% Greater Than 60% Pulaski Burns SOURCE: American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates, Brest N. Dr. 36 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

42 High Line Canal Trail er Rd. DRAFT Percent of Low Income Households per Census Block Group - East Corridor E F Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY Monaco Pkwy. Quebec St. Birch St. Clermont St. Cherry St. Dexter St. Dahlia St. Eudora St. Elm St. Fairfax St. Forest St. Glencoe St. Grape St. Hudson St. Ivy St. Jersey St. Jasmine St. Kearney St. EllsworthAve. Crestmoor Burns Takayama Target Greek Orthodox Cathedral Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center Leetsdale Dr. Brest Exposition Ave. Four Mile Historic George Washington H.S. Less than 10% 10% - 30% 31% - 60% Greater Than 60% Krameria St. SOURCE: American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates, Leyden St. Locust St. Niagara St. Oneida St. Potenaza 37 Garland Frances Weisbart Jacobs Fairmount Cemetery Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

43 DRAFT Percent Minority Population by Census Block Group - West Corridor Cheesman Congress A B C D 8th Ave. Broadway Lincoln St. reek Cherr y C Logan St. Washington St. Clarkson St. Josephine St. Columbine St. Elizabeth St. Clayton St. Detroit St. Fillmore St. Milwaukee St. St. Paul St. Steele St. Adams St. Cook St. Madison St. Monroe St. Garfield St. Jackson St. Harrison St. Zeckendorf Plaza Governors 7th Ave. 6th Ave. 5th Ave. Speer Blvd. Grant St. Pennsylvania St. Pearl St. Emerson St. Ogden St. Marion Pkwy. Lafayette St. Humboldt St. Franklin St. Gilpin St. Williams St. High St. Race St. Vine St. Gaylord St. York St. 4th Ave. 3rd Ave. Alamo Placita James N Manley 2nd Ave. Hungarian Freedom Shopping Center Ellsworth Ave. Minority Population Less Than 10% 10% - 30% 31% - 60% Greater Than 60% SOURCE: American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates, Pulaski Burns Brest N. Dr. 38 Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

44 High Line Canal Trail er Rd. DRAFT Percent Minority Population by Census Block Group - East Corridor E F Unincorporated ARAPAHOE COUNTY Monaco Pkwy. Quebec St. Birch St. Clermont St. Cherry St. Dexter St. Dahlia St. Eudora St. Elm St. Fairfax St. Forest St. Glencoe St. Grape St. Hudson St. Ivy St. Jersey St. Jasmine St. Kearney St. EllsworthAve. Crestmoor Burns Takayama Target Greek Orthodox Cathedral Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center Leetsdale Dr. Brest Exposition Ave. Four Mile Historic George Washington H.S. Minority Population Less Than 10% 10% - 30% 31% - 60% Greater Than 60% Krameria St. SOURCE: American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates, Leyden St. Locust St. Niagara St. Oneida St. Potenaza 39 Garland Frances Weisbart Jacobs Fairmount Cemetery Leetsdale Speer Mobility Study /04/2016

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