DENVER – Denver International Airport (DEN) is the third busiest airport in the world and continues to be the largest economic engine in Colorado, providing $33 billion to the region. DIA has over 30,000 employees and is moving toward 100 million annual passengers as part of Vision 100, the existing and future demand for transportation continues to grow.
DEN’s long-term goals are to improve airport access on Peña Blvd enhancing safety, shifting to more sustainable modes of transportation and improving travel times.
The Mobility Master Plan will re-evaluate demand and future improvements on the Peña Boulevard corridor. The study intends to understand travel behavior, identify transportation options, economic barriers and develop a comprehensive plan on how to address these issues for the airport and the surrounding communities.
Community members are invited to attend the following in-person and virtual open houses this month to learn more and provide feedback:
• Thursday, Feb. 23, 5-7 p.m. – STRIVE Prep – Noel in Montbello
• Tuesday, Feb. 28, 5-7 p.m. – Evie Garrett Dennis Campus in Green Valley Ranch o Community members are encouraged to drop in anytime.
• Virtual, available online from Feb. 23 to March 9 – FlyDenver.com/Pena_Plan o Community members are invited to participate in a self-guided open house at their convenience.
For more information about the Peña Boulevard Mobility Study, visit the project website.