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Although less than a mile long, the Inca Street Multi-Use Path provides an important connection between the neighborhoods of Sunnyside and Globeville on Denver's north end. The paved pathway and its pedestrian bridge over 38th Avenue offers a safe route through an industrial area of the city. Along its western side, the trail parallels Inca Street and along its eastern side is an active railroad.
Mid-trail, at 41st Avenue, an elevated walkway crosses over the tracks and provides commuters with access to the future commuter rail station at 41st and Fox Street, which will be part of the Regional Transportation District (RTD) Gold Line running from Denver through Arvada, Arvada Ridge, and Wheat Ridge.
On its south end, trail users can also follow a connecting pathway under I-25 that winds through the City of Cuernavaca Park to reach the popular Platte River Trail, which spans nearly 30 miles through Denver and many of its suburbs.
Six blocks west of the trail, parking is available in Ciancio Park (1400 W. 40th Ave.). Another option is the City of Cuernavaca Park; which lies south of the trail, just past the I-25 underpass.
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