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6 datasets found. Results 1 - 6 of 6 with the tag transportation
Street centerline data shows where public right of way exists in the city and the surrounding areas. Centerline data contains street name and address range data for use in geocoding operations.
Find out the city's plan for removing snow and ice from your neighborhood streets. This layer shows the current snow and ice removal routes for the Priority 1 and Priority 2 roads, school zones and hilly areas in Arvada. CDOT maintained state highways and interstates are also shown.
There are 4 Parks and Ride Locations in and around Arvada. These are operated by RTD and provide access to regional public transportation options.
Signal assets regulating the transportation system within the City of Arvada are operated by the City, State, and Fire Department. The City Traffic and Transportation Division conforms to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) to install and operate traffic signals, school flashers, warning beacons, and other electronic roadway infrastructure on city streets.
The Arvada Economic Development Association publishes a community profile, which contains a wealth of information about Arvada. Sections of the community profile summarize the city's demographics, employment, cost of living, schools, climate, utility rates, transportation, tax rates, and other topics.
The City of Arvada's Traffic and Transportation Division conducts regular traffic counts on major roads in the city. Most locations are recounted on a bi-annual basis. The traffic count map contains recent counts. Arterial roads are indicated as bold line in the map, and the year the count was taken is in parenthesis. All traffic volumes are bi-directional 24 hour counts.