Denver has big changes for Lincoln Street and South Broadway, two major arteries into and out of downtown’s southern flank.

Denver plans to test an expansion of the city’s dedicated bus-only lanes on South Broadway and Lincoln Street starting this summer. The city will expand the bus-only lanes from their current time frames during the morning and afternoon rush hours, to 24-7 dedicated bus lanes, city public works officials said Thursday

At a transportation forum on May 7, city officials described marking off the dedicated bus lanes with flashing lights overhead and red paint on the road to signal that vehicles should steer clear or the transit-only lane.

The dedicated bus lanes test will run on Lincoln Street and Broadway south of Denver’s downtown area. The test of the lanes will start “as early as this summer and will be studied for about a year,” the city’s public works department said in an announcement.

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