In many ways, transportation is the lifeblood sustaining businesses throughout Denver South.

This helps us maintain our uniquely competitive business community. Our role is to continue driving our diverse economy forward by supporting multimodal mobility options that ease commutes and meet the evolving needs of our businesses and their employees. Connected to downtown and DEN via public transportation, including a robust light rail line and host to numerous commuting options, Denver South is home to some of the best transportation infrastructure in the world.

We represent a coalition of local governments–Arapahoe County, City of Centennial, City and County of Denver, Douglas County, City of Greenwood Village, and City of Lone Tree–who work collaboratively with the Centennial Airport and representatives of the region’s business community to solve transportation challenges and support economic development in the region.

Mobility is a central part of maintaining and improving the Colorado quality of life Denver South residents thrive on. It is also what makes this region among the most enjoyable places to live, work and play in the nation.

Denver South’s goals are to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality through transportation demand management strategies. These include: prioritizing freedom of movement, mode choice, accessibility, and practicality for all Denver South stakeholders.

Transportation Staff

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As Director of Transportation & Mobility, Daniel Hutton brings his past experiences in the public, non-profit and private sectors with specific focus areas including telecommunications and transportation demand management (TDM).  He is passionate about connecting people with places, information, things and one another and works to develop next-generation mobility solutions for advancing Denver South’s culture of innovation and high quality of life.

Daniel joined the organization in October 2016 after nearly four years with the City of Centennial, most recently as Manager for the City’s Bloomberg Philanthropies funded Innovation Team. He received his Master’s of Public Administration from the University of Colorado while working as Policy Fellow for another regional transportation management association. Calling the Denver metro region home for over a decade, his roots in Central Virginia occasionally bring out a faint southern drawl.  His personal passions include home renovation, vintage motorcycles, playing drums and guitar and exploring the Rocky Mountains.

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As the Transportation Outreach Manager, Evan’s goals are to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality. He works with employers and regional decision makers to encourage commuters to try sustainable alternatives to driving alone. These programs are invaluable to employers looking to recruit and retain top talent. Drawn to transportation advocacy during his undergraduate degree, Evan interned at the Colorado Public Interest Research Group, where he worked on multi-modal transportation research and high-speed rail along the I-70 corridor.

Professionally, Evan worked at the Denver Regional Council of Governments as part of their Way to Go Program organizing Bike to Work Day and Go-Tober challenges. After almost three years, Evan moved to Denver South TMA to focus on employers within the I-25 corridor. Outside of work, Evan races road bikes at an elite level throughout the country. He is a self-described Nintendo historian, loves Belgian beer, Japanese single-malt scotch and listens to all genres of electronic music. He is a vegetarian and animal rights advocate.  He is a first-generation Greek immigrant.