Brighton Boulevard construction update: No more on-street parking for a mile

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A crane looms over Brighton Boulevard, across the street from Rhinoceropolis and GLOB. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

This could be you on the new Brighton Boulevard. (RNL/City of Denver)

The $29 million project to remake Brighton Boulevard in RiNo is fully underway and possibly messing up your day. On-street parking will be prohibited on the boulevard from 29th through 40th streets starting on Monday, Feb. 6, with towing and ticketing enforced.

Traffic also will be reduced to one lane in each direction for those blocks, beginning Feb. 9.

Access to businesses and their parking lots will be maintained, and you can still park on some side streets. This will last into 2018.

For more on what they're building, read our earlier coverage of the Brighton Boulevard roadway and bike track project. You can also sign up for newsletter updates through the city, which is how I found out about this.

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