Midway Multimodal Plan

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You spoke, we listened! Midway Boulevard was identified by the community as an important corridor during the 2019 Broomfield Bicycle and Pedestrian Assessment. Your feedback is now needed to shape Midway's Multimodal Plan! Share your ideas, experiences and provide feedback on options to create safer and more comfortable, connected, and convenient transportation opportunities for all ages and abilities along the Midway Corridor.


Why is Broomfield Doing this Plan?

The City and County of Broomfield Transportation Master Plan and the Broomfield Bicycle and Pedestrian Assessment identified the need for a Midway Multimodal Plan due

Ver la página del proyecto en español


You spoke, we listened! Midway Boulevard was identified by the community as an important corridor during the 2019 Broomfield Bicycle and Pedestrian Assessment. Your feedback is now needed to shape Midway's Multimodal Plan! Share your ideas, experiences and provide feedback on options to create safer and more comfortable, connected, and convenient transportation opportunities for all ages and abilities along the Midway Corridor.


Why is Broomfield Doing this Plan?

The City and County of Broomfield Transportation Master Plan and the Broomfield Bicycle and Pedestrian Assessment identified the need for a Midway Multimodal Plan due to high crash rates, community input, and the diverse populations and land uses along the corridor. Previous planning efforts identified improved walking and bicycling routes as part of Broomfield's low stress bike network and the need to improve crossings at major intersections in the corridor. The Midway Multimodal Plan will identify basic and enhanced design options that will allow for systematic implementation as funding is available.

Midway Boulevard In Broomfield from the Lake Link Trail on the west, to the Big Dry Creek Trail on the East

Frequently Asked Questions

Public engagement for this project began in early August of 2021 and has included an online commenting map, a number of in person events, and three virtual public meetings. The project team has heard hundreds of comments from these outreach activities and has compiled a frequently asked questions to address some of the most common questions from the public. Please click here to review the frequently asked questions from the first phase of this project.

How Do I Provide Input and Share My Experiences?

The City and County of Broomfield staff are here to listen and interact. Broomfield staff are in the early stages of the project and would like to hear from you. Broomfield is currently collecting technical data and stories from people who live, work, travel, and recreate in and near the Midway Corridor. Provide your comments using the interactive mapping tool below, emailing the project manager (Marc Ambrosi at Transportation@Broomfield.org) or by calling the project hotline at 303.464.5827.

Please visit this webpage frequently to learn about new engagement opportunities. Over the fall and winter months the project team will be developing design alternatives for Midway Blvd.. Once design alternatives are developed, new public engagement content will be added to this webpage asking for your preferences about the proposed design alternatives. Make sure to tell Broomfield your thoughts about the design alternatives to ensure the project team can identify the improvements that will best serve Broomfield!

Will There Be Meetings?

Broomfield held three e-meetings in September 2021. You can watch the recording of the first meeting by following the link here or view an abbreviated of the meeting presentation here. This meeting reviewed the project schedule, existing conditions, and options for design improvements that may be considered in phase II of the project where design alternatives are being developed.


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Public Engagement Map

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Show and tell: Drop a pin on the map and tell us a little about your experiences along the Midway Blvd Corridor.


Page last updated: 30 November 2021, 16:59