The city and RTD would like to push the transit lines to the center of the street and expand sidewalks to allow more room for walking, cafe seating & other activities. The proposal aims to enhance the mall experience for visitors and improve pedestrian safety. The changes are expected to cost between $90 million and $130 million and construction should begin in late 2020 if the plan is approved. The city & RTD will host open houses on March 8 for public comment.