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Mobility Hubs

Mobility Hub Experts

Mobility hubs are station areas of varying sizes that provide multimodal connectivity. They integrate safe pedestrian connection and waiting areas between modes, provide seamless access to local bicycle and pathway networks, serve as transfer points to local and regional transit, and offer properly sized parking facilities for short- and long-term trips. Mobility hubs facilitate equitable mobility to a wide range of people with varying ages, incomes, and physical abilities. RS&H planners, engineers, and designers are experts at all phases of mobility hub delivery. At RS&H, our planners, engineers, and designers excel in every aspect of mobility hub development. We collaborate with state transportation departments, transit agencies, private entities, and local governments to plan, design, and construct mobility hubs.

Mobility Hub Project Portfolio

I-25 Segment 3/ 3B / SH-7 Mobility Hub

Lone Tree Mobility Hub

I-25 Centerra Loveland Mobility Hub

Since 2013, RS&H has spearheaded the design of mobility hub projects for the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), aiding in the development of the Department’s overall interchange/mobility hub vision and implementing phased improvements. The I-25/SH7 Mobility Hub project will serve as a foundational step toward their goal of developing a high amenity mobility hub advancing the State’s ten-year plan and new initiative of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

A key component of the design is a diverging diamond interchange (DDI) proposed at I-25/SH7, which integrates slip ramps, eliminates left turn movements, and enhances safety for bus operations. This interchange design also accommodates the clockwise bus circulation and facilitates access for passenger loading/off-loading, all while minimizing right-of-way costs by utilizing the median of I-25 for station placement. Pedestrian safety is prioritized through the inclusion of grade-separated structures connecting new parking facilities and center-load stations, providing optimal pedestrian flow.

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RS&H designed a southbound ramp along I-25 between Lincoln and Ridgegate to facilitate Bustang bus service, as part of the Colorado Department of Transportation’s efforts to redefine the conventional park-and-ride transit stop through its Mobility Hub initiative. This transit improvement project involves the construction of slip ramps along the I-25 northbound off-ramp and southbound on-ramp, along with the installation of a pedestrian bridge connecting the two transit stops and sidewalks.

Learn more about the project at https://www.codot.gov/projects/studies/i25-lone-tree-mobility-hub-design.

RS&H is providing design services to the Colorado Department of Transportation for the North I-25 / Centerra-Loveland Mobility Hub as part of a $500M Design-Build project encompassing a fourteen-mile stretch of North I-25 in Northern Colorado. Positioned along a new segment of Kendall Parkway, north of US Highway 34, the Centerra-Loveland Mobility Hub lies at the heart of the Transit Oriented Development, drawing inspiration from the Centerra Metro District and Loveland. It stands as the first center-loading mobility hub along the I-25 North corridor.

The fourteen-mile corridor will have express lanes located in the median, offering reliable service for CDOT’s bus system and accommodating future BRT plans. The project’s showpiece is the Transit hub, a center load station that maximizes transit operations with the station strategically located in the center median of I-25. The facility connects to future transit-oriented development and unites development on both sides of the interstate.

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