Walk Bike Broomfield

The City and County of Broomfield is nearing completion of a Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Assessment to gather information on existing conditions, data, and create an inventory of gaps and needs, as well as collect public input about walking and bicycling in Broomfield. This helped inform current community values and desired elements of a future network of low-stress bicycle and pedestrian facilities accessible to all ages and abilities.

These findings, along with the Open Space, Parks, Recreation and Trails Master Plan, the 2016 Comprehensive Plan Update and various other planning tools will be used to improve Broomfield's network of sidewalks, crosswalks, bike lanes, neighborhood bikeways, trails, and underpasses.


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The City and County of Broomfield is nearing completion of a Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Assessment to gather information on existing conditions, data, and create an inventory of gaps and needs, as well as collect public input about walking and bicycling in Broomfield. This helped inform current community values and desired elements of a future network of low-stress bicycle and pedestrian facilities accessible to all ages and abilities.

These findings, along with the Open Space, Parks, Recreation and Trails Master Plan, the 2016 Comprehensive Plan Update and various other planning tools will be used to improve Broomfield's network of sidewalks, crosswalks, bike lanes, neighborhood bikeways, trails, and underpasses.


Click to Launch Interactive Map of comments and projects

Zoom into the green clusters to view public comments
Click through the Walk Bike Broomfield projects to see the project area in blue on the map

Questions? Ask the Walk. Bike. Broomfield team below! 

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  • Why not just finish the Rock Creek trail to West side of 36?

    Mark WIck asked 4 months ago

    In respect to the Northwest Parkway Underpass at Rock Creek to the west access into the mall, we do not own this property. The land is owned by Conoco Phillips. We have discussed the idea of purchasing an easement with the landowner but as they appear to be still planning to sell their property, there is no interest in encumbering the property with an easement and trail at this time. Our OS and Trails staff follows this site so that if and when the property is sold, we will again bring up the need for this trail.

  • Will there be bike lanes added to 144th so you can get down to 287? I am sure this was addressed but I am late in the game. Thanks for all you’re doing!

    Sjpking asked 4 months ago

    The 144th/Dillon Road project will include bike lanes and a 10' multi-use path on the south side of the road where new curb and gutter is being constructed. There will be connectivity for active transportation modes from US 287 to Dillon. 

    More details for the 144th/ Dillon road project are available on our project page: https://www.broomfield.org/2394/Dillon-Road144th-Ave-Project

    The preferred alternative for walking and bicycling connectivity from US 287 is a shared use path, utilizing a portion of Rock Creek Trail, can be viewed here:  https://www.broomfield.org/DocumentCenter/View/21999/Ped-Bike-Imps_S-120th-to-US-287_Shared-Use-Path?bidId=

  • Does the new 120th Street improvement include bike lanes? We live just north of Midway and 287, and we want a way to bike to Arista. There is no good way to go south out of Broomfield.

    Pepperdine asked 4 months ago

    The new CDOT 120th Connection project from US 287 to Wadsworth will include bike lanes, per CDOT standards. Alternatively, from US 287 at Midway, you may ride a bike south on Nickel Street, cross US 287 to Commerce to the US 36 Broomfield station and cross the bridge to Arista. Nickel Street is currently under redesign to include bike lanes and complete missing sidewalk links. This suggested route will have much less traffic than the new 120th connection, once opened.
    Learn more through the Nickel Street project page. 

  • When will there be bike lanes at Industrial Lane?

    5 months ago

    Staff is currently discussing the project with landowners along the Industrial Lane corridor. The project will be presented to the public on August 15th at the Broomfield Community Center from 5-8pm.

    Loris and Associates has been awarded the conceptual design.  A survey of the Industrial Lane corridor has been completed. Design has started with the goal of coming up with options that can be presented to OSTAC, City Council, and residents for comments and suggestions.  A design review meeting was  held with the consultant in June to review the concept plans and evaluate the budget. 

    For more information and updates visit the Industrial Lane Bike Lane & Sidewalk project page