- Research, Evaluation, and Best Practices
Date Published: June 2015
This document is about action. It puts forth specific implementation projects and strategies for the Sheridan Station area that are the building blocks to creating a 20-Minute Neighborhood. What is a 20-Minute Neighborhood? It’s a neighborhood where residents have safe and convenient access by walking, bicycling, or transit to many of the places and services they use daily, including local markets and other neighborhood serving businesses, restaurants, schools, and parks within a half-mile or 20-minute walking distance, and in the case of the Sheridan Station 20-Minute neighborhood, using the Sheridan light rail station as a transit hub.
Keywords: Colorado; transit-oriented-development; transit oriented development; TOD; transportation; economic development; sustainability
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