Broadway Corridor Study

  • Project typeTransportation
  • Project statusPlanning
  • StartFall 2022
  • CompletionSummer 2024
Map showing the Broadway corridor study from I-25 south to Highlands Ranch Parkway.

About the Study

Broadway Corridor Study fact sheet(PDF, 590KB)

Broadway between I-25 and Highlands Ranch Parkway is a vibrant corridor where people live, work, eat, and shop. This 11-mile stretch of Broadway provides local and regional connections through the City and County of Denver, Arapahoe County, cities of Englewood, Littleton, and Centennial, and Douglas County. The City of Littleton is partnering with these agencies to study the transportation and land use conditions along this section of Broadway. This study is separate from and will be coordinated with Denver’s South Broadway & I-25 Improvement Project.

View an interactive presentation of the project 

Draft Vision

Broadway will celebrate and connect the unique identities of our communities, foster economic vibrancy, provide safe and comfortable spaces, and support regional mobility options for all.


The study will examine existing conditions and future conditions for the different character areas along the corridor. Key considerations include transportation, land use, and economics. Each of these factors will be considered at each stage of the plan process, and the coordination between them will be important for the success of this study and the future of the Broadway corridor.

The study will include development and evaluation of alternatives based on a consideration of existing and future conditions, roadway geometry, residential and business access, traffic flow, environmental factors, the location of communities and other developed areas, and community and agency plans and input. 

The study will consist of four phases:

  1. Corridor Conditions Assessment: The study team will collect data and study corridor conditions, especially its role for people living and working along the corridor. 
  2. Corridor Visioning: The study team will generate a cohesive vision for the corridor and establish the goals and objectives for changes along it.
  3. Improvement Plan: The study team will generate ideas to achieve the vision and goals for the corridor through physical infrastructure enhancements, policy changes, or other strategies to catalyze improvements.
  4. Conceptual Design and/or Early Actions: The study team will further develop the best ideas and create conceptual designs for them, or even begin implementation.

Draft Study Goals

The following goals represent the desired outcomes for the proposed improvements to the corridor. 

Broadway corridor study's goals. Text appears on page in a table.

Draft Study Goals (table)

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Safety Attaining a future with zero transportation-related fatalities and serious injuries
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Connectivity Completing a cohesive and well-connected corridor for all modes and users
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Mobility Offering reliable and predictable transportation options
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Placemaking Creating spaces where people want to spend time
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Fostering investment that positively impacts the community
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Sustainability Maintaining and enhancing ecological, human, and economic health  


The study will conclude in December 2023, when the team will present findings and share the next steps for implementing construction. Funding for improvements has yet to be identified.


Schedule (table)

Corridor Conditions Assessment Fall 2022 Spring 2023 
 Corridor Visioning Winter 2023 Spring 2023
Improvement Plan Spring 2023 Fall 2023
Conceptual Designs and Early Actions Fall 2023 Winter 2023


Contact details

Transportation Engineer