Two lanes bound for Blake Street

A lane was closed on Blake Street to add new yellow lines and a bike lane. (Burl Rolett)

A lane was closed on Blake Street to add new yellow lines and a bike lane. (Burl Rolett)

The road that shoots traffic from 38th and Downing into LoDo will soon run both directions.

Denver Public Works started converting Blake Street from a one-way thoroughfare to downtown into a two-way road between Broadway and 35th Street this week.

The two-way traffic signs have already been posted on the numbered cross streets, and the left lane was closed Tuesday as crews redrew a yellow center line and added bike lanes.

A sign onsite said work is scheduled to continue through the end of the week. The change will leave Walnut Street, Blake’s northeasterly running counterpart, as the lone one-way street south of the railroad tracks in RiNo.

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A lane was closed on Blake Street to add new yellow lines and a bike lane. (Burl Rolett)

A lane was closed on Blake Street to add new yellow lines and a bike lane. (Burl Rolett)

The road that shoots traffic from 38th and Downing into LoDo will soon run both directions.

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