bicycle and pedestrian

Strava Bike to Work Day Riders

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Way to Go was lucky enough to partner with Strava this Bike to Work Day in order to create some visual representations of rider data to show the event's impact. Almost 10 percent of riders (about 3,000) used the Strava app the morning of Bike to Work Day, and GIS staff at the Denver Regional Council of Governments were able use that data to make this heat map showing rider routes.
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static map

Bicycle Facility Inventory

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Inventory of Bike Route Data from different jurisdictions for the entire DRCOG Region
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vector digital data

NCR Trails

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Trail features collected by NCR (North Central All-Hazards Emergency Management Region) from Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, and Gilpin Counties.
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vector digital data

2035 Regional Bicycle Corridors System Vision

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Regional bike corridors as determined for the 2035 Metro Vision Regional Transportation Plan. Updated in 2009.
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vector digital data

B-cycle stations

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B-cycle stations for the DRCOG region.
Data type: 
vector digital data

Greenprint Data - Regional Trails

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Regional Trails Inventory - Denver Metro Green Space Study. (Copyright 2011. The Trust for Public Land. All Rights Reserved) In 2011, The Trust for Public Land (TPL) partnered with Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) to examine conservation priorities for children's access to green spaces, protecting riparian habitats, and enhancing regional trail connectivity across the 8-county Denver Metropolitan region. The study area for this project includes all or portions of the following counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Jefferson, Denver, Douglas, Weld, Broomfield, and Boulder. Study area boundaries were defined to encompass the Denver Regional 2035 Urban Growth boundary, using the MPO boundary to the east and the mountain backdrop to the west. A fundamental milestone for this project was to create an up-to-date inventory of publicly accessible parks, green space, and trails. The dataset depicts regional trails, with over 30 jurisdictions and organizations contributing data including: Counties: Adams Arapahoe Jefferson Denver Douglas Weld Broomfield Boulder Cities and Local Jurisdictions: Arvada Aurora Boulder Brighton Castle Rock Commerce City Golden Greenwood Village Lakewood Littleton Louisville Parker Thornton Westminster Wheat Ridge Foot Hills Recreation District South Suburban Parks and Recreation Other Partners: DRCOG Colorado State Trails Program
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vector digital data
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