In an ongoing effort to continually improve Broomfield’s bicycle and pedestrian network and to leverage local funds to gain outside funding support for multimodal and active transportation-focused projects. Broomfield has secured grant funding and is dedicating local funding to a number of projects.
Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG)
The following grant projects were applied for and awarded funding through the DRCOG Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). All of these projects are supported by federal funding with the required 20% local match.
As these projects begin this page will be updated with links to the project pages with more details about the project and how to engage with us.
Active Transportation Wayfinding Pilot (2020)
Midway Boulevard Multimodal Corridor Action Plan (2020)
SH 7 Preliminary & Environmental Engineering from Brighton to Boulder (beginning in 2020, CDOT led)
US 36 Bike N Ride Shelters (2020)
Industrial Lane Bikeway Phase II (2021)
US 287 & 120th Avenue Study (beginning in 2021, led by CDOT)
Industrial Lane Commerce/Nickel Street - Intersection Improvements (beginning in 2022)
CDOT Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)
W. 136th Avenue - Westbound Right Turn at Legacy High School (Funded by CDOT Highway Safety Improvement Program in-design)