303 ArtWay


Northeast Park Hill Neighborhood

303 ArtWay is a future 4 mile pedestrian and bike loop connecting the 40th and Colorado Station to Holly Square. In an effort to increase connectivity and mobility throughout the community, the trail will also highlight the visionaries, artists, leaders and community activists who have brought so much life to this unique and diverse neighborhood.

In 2018, 303 ArtWay created a goal action plan to guide the future development, and is currently in the process of scheduling pop-up events, design workshops and community walks to determine future art installations, wayfinding signage and pedestrian infrastructure.

ULC Joins 303 ArtWay Partners in Celebrating Future Urban Trail

Written on May 3, 2016 at 9:22 pm

Come join ULC and the Northeast Denver community this Saturday as we celebrate the proposed pedestrian trail, 303 ArtWay.

ULC Shares Future Plans for 303 ArtWay to the Public

Written on April 29, 2016 at 4:14 am

ULC celebrated the A Line grand opening on April 23rd by showcasing 303 ArtWay, an urban art, heritage and culture trail that will take users on a nine mile loop through the Greater Park Hill Neighborhood.

303 ArtWay is a Bold Solution for A-Line Connection Challenge

Written on October 2, 2015 at 8:11 pm

On September 26, 2015 ULC, Northeast Transportation Connections (NETC) and PlatteForum launched a community engagement and online crowdfunding campaign for the proposed 303 ArtWay in Northeast Denver - www.303artway.org. ULC is leading the collective impact effort in response to community resident concerns regarding the fundamental lack of existing connectivity to the East Commuter Rail Line now
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