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Added Dec 20 2017

Denver Public Works crews just installed pedestrian islands at two intersections with a lot of foot traffic: 26th Avenue and Tennyson Street near Sloan’s Lake Park, and 26th and King Street near Brown Elementary School.

Denver Public Works crews just installed pedestrian islands at two intersections with a lot of foot traffic: 26th Avenue and Tennyson Street near Sloan’s Lake Park, and 26th and King Street near Brown Elementary School.

These treatments come in addition to new crossing beacons at 26th and Newton, which DPW installed earlier this year.

Original article
https://denver.streetsblog.org/2017/12/20/eyes-on-the-street-denver-public-works-tests-traffic-calming-on-26th-avenue/
Date published
December 20, 2017
    Eyes on the Street: Denver Public Works Tests Traffic-Calming on 26th Avenue
    Denver Public Works crews just installed pedestrian islands at two intersections with a lot of foot traffic: 26th Avenue and Tennyson Street near Sloan's Lake Park, and 26th and King Street near Brown Elementary School. Both projects are quick, low-cost treatments that make a big difference for people trying to cross a street that has mostly been ceded to speeding drivers.
    https://denver.streetsblog.org

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