|What is DUSPA?|
The Denver City Council created the Denver Union Station Project Authority (DUSPA) which is responsible for the financing, acquiring, owning, equipping, designing, constructing, renovating, operating and maintaining the Denver Union Station redevelopment project.
The Authority’s board of directors is comprised of eleven voting members and 2 non-voting members. Six voting members were appointed by Mayor John Hickenlooper and confirmed by the Denver City Council, two voting members were appointed by RTD, one voting member was appointed by DRCOG, and one voting member was appointed by the DUS Metropolitan District. The two non-voting members are city employees/officers, one of which is appointed by the Mayor and one by the city's Manager of Finance.The DUSPA board of directors meets twice per month at the offices of Hogan & Lovells, 1200 17th Street, Suite 1500.