Second Public Meeting Coming in February
The city of Aurora invites you to join us for our second public meeting to discuss the study, multimodal strategies and potential improvements along the corridor.
Havana Street Corridor Study – Virtual Public Meeting No. 2
When: Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Register in advance for this webinar:
(**After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about how to join the webinar.)
For audio via your phone only, dial 346.248.7799 and enter meeting number 916 0741 6649 when prompted.
Havana Street is one of the most vital roadways in Aurora. It’s an important commercial, residential and commuter corridor that connects corridor residents and businesses to the surrounding community and other major transportation corridors in the city and region.
The city is launching the Havana Street Corridor Study in response to a renewed emphasis and heightened awareness of safety and mobility for all users along busy corridors, including planning for cars, pedestrians, bicycles and buses. The study is an opportunity to create a vision and plan that recognizes the diverse needs of Aurora’s residents, business owners, visitors and traveling public.
The study will result in a final corridor vision, goals, corridor brand enhancements, land use framework and recommended transportation improvements, and the final report will include phasing, conceptual design, cost estimates and funding strategies for transportation improvements and corridor branding.
The study area is located along Havana Street and bounded by Montview Boulevard on the north, Dartmouth Avenue on the south, Dayton Street on the west (generally) and Moline Street on the east. The primary focus will be on the immediate corridor and associated intersections.
Join us as we envision a future Havana Street corridor that is:
• Pedestrian and bicycle friendly, but also efficient for other modes of travel
• Safe for all travelers
• A diverse cultural hub
• Represents and promotes the needs of existing and future economic development and the community
• Maintains distinct characteristics of corridor subareas
• Activated by arts and entertainment elements
Key stakeholders will be involved in the project, including the Colorado Department of Transportation, the Regional Transportation District, the Denver Regional Council of Governments, the city and county of Denver, the Havana Business Improvement District and nearby neighborhood organizations.
Thank you to everyone who attended our first public meeting on this project. We also appreciate everyone who submitted feedback through the Metroquest tool in November.Please sign up for our newsletter or check back to this webpage to say informed about the latest updates on the project.