Transit-Oriented Communities Walk – May 8, 2016

by Jennifer Addair on April 21, 2016

Train to the Plane

Image Credit: Georgann Fisher Van Gemert‎

The Train to the Plane is here! If you’re interested to learn how public transit influences neighborhoods, WalkDenver’s Transit-Oriented Communities Walk is for you. Join WalkDenver Board Member John Hayden on May 8, 2016, 2-5pm to explore the LoDo / Ball Park and RiNo neighborhoods just after the opening of the new A line to Denver International Airport.

Starting from the new RiNo Station at 36th and Blake we will look at the land use, transportation and development planned around the station. Walking through the RiNo Neighborhood we will view what is becoming an explosion of development and discuss the role of walking and multi-modal transportation in creating and sustaining this changing neighborhood. Then it’s through the Ball Park to see the sites of proposed new Festival Streets and finally ending at the hub of Union Station. Enjoy a drink in the station before riding the train back to our starting point at 36th and Blake. Buy your walk tickets now for only $10/person (not including the returning train fare).

Eventbrite - Transit-Oriented Communities Walk

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