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Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

On this page you can find information about on-going and recently completed projects that help people walk and bicycle around Arvada.

Recently Completed

Olde Wadsworth Blvd & Marilyn Jean Drive (Ralston Creek Trail): Install Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB).
Click on the graphic below to find out more information about how an RRFB helps you cross the street and how to safely use an RRFB.

Graphic explaining how to interact with RRFB

Design Complete

Ralston Creek Trail and Ward Road: Construct two way bike lane on road to improve trail crossing. This project will be constructed Summer 2020.

In Design

W 52nd Avenue Walkway: Construct missing walkway from Reed St to Marshall St. Currently evaluating two alternatives for design.


W 57th Avenue Bicycle Boulevard: This study will look at measures to improve safety for people bicycling, walking, and driving. The study will evaluate potential measures to improve bicycling, reduce speeding, improve intersection safety, and improve pedestrian crossings. Be on the lookout for future information on public meetings (virtual) and SpeakUP Arvada engagement.