# Denver roads
New speed limit signs will cost Denver $1.7 million
(Denver, Colo.) Changing speed limit signs in Denver will cost $1.7 million, about $500,000 more than city staff originally thought. In December, Denver City Council lowered speed limits on residential streets from 25 to 20.
Denver prepares snowplows for storm
The city of Denver will activate snow plows this week as a winter storm prepares to bear down on Colorado. The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure, or DOTI, issued a news release Monday detailing its plans. “With the possibility that Denver could see snowfall totals in the 6”-11” range from a winter storm that’s arriving tomorrow, and with cold temperatures to follow as well as additional snow possible on Friday, DOTI is preparing to deploy its big plows to the main streets and small plows to the residential streets on Tuesday when snow starts to accumulate,” according to the release.
Denver bicycle lanes may get $3 million boost
At Confluence Park, where Denver was founded, the trail joins with the Cherry Creek Trail.City and County of Denver. (Denver, Colo.) The Denver City Council’s Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee will consider this week awarding three contracts totaling $3 million to design bike lanes throughout the city.