The Denver region is currently in the midst of a major expansion of its fixed-guideway transit network. In 2004, voters in the region approved a 0.4% sales tax to fund this expansion, which will ultimately construct 122 new miles of new rail lines on six corridors, 18 miles of bus rapid transit, and small extensions of three current lines (the Central, Southwest, and Southeast Corridors).
Reconnecting America has been involved with the planning of transit-oriented development along existing and future corridors for several years. It worked with the City & County of Denver to create a TOD Strategic Plan with a typology for all existing and future Denver stations, and it has been working on a TOD Implementation Strategy for the West Corridor light rail line with the Cities and their respective housing authorities.
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