Ridge at 38 was the beneficiary of a grant from Jefferson County Public Health and LiveWell Wheat Ridge to examine the broad effects of designing walkable and bikeable places as well as the specifics of the road changes done to 38th Avenue.  They pulled together an impressive body of research from across the nation with over 50 sources. While not all of this was used for the communication pieces, this research represents a great library for our ongoing use in Wheat Ridge.

Please review the fact sheets.  The first emphasizes the physical and economic health of the community and the second speaks to current successes through the perspective of property owners and merchants.

RA38 Economic and Physical Health Benefits
RA38 Property Owner Interviews

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