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US 34, US 287 to Larimer County Rd. 3 EA and FONSI
April 2007 - Environmental Assessment (EA) - The purpose of the proposed project is to provide an improved transportation facility between US 287 and LCR 3 that would meet the following needs: Improve current and future traffic mobility, Improve transportation safety, and Accommodate 2030 travel demand. July 2007 - Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) - This project encompasses approximately 6 miles of US 34 (also known as Eisenhower Boulevard) in Loveland, Colorado. The project corridor extends between a western terminus at US 287 (North Lincoln Avenue and North Cleveland Avenue one-way pair) and an eastern terminus of Larimer County Road 3 (LCR 3), 1.5 miles east of the I-25 interchange. Keywords: Studies, US Highways, Active Construction
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SH 7, Cherryvale to 75th Street EA & FONSI
Environmental Assessment (EA) May 2008 - This Environmental Assessment (EA) evaluates the environmental, social, and economic impact of the proposed action for State Highway (SH) 7 between Cherryvale Road and 75th Street (approximately 2.2 miles). For this study, the lead federal agency is the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is the applicant. This EA evaluates the impacts of the Preferred Alternative. This is compared against the No-Action Alternative. Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) October 2008 - SH 7 is a principal east-west arterial roadway serving as a commuter and intra-regional facility (see Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2). To comply with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), an Environmental Assessment (EA) was conducted to evaluate the reasonable alternatives that address the purpose and need for the project and assesses the impacts of implementing the proposed improvements. Two alternatives, the No-Action Alternative and the Preferred Alternative (build alternative) were evaluated in the EA. The build alternative was identified as the Preferred Alternative. Keywords: Studies, State Highways
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I-25, Colorado Springs to Monument Environmental Assessment
March 2004 - Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation - Environmental Assessment on I-25 Improvements through the Colorado Springs Urbanized Area. Keywords: Studies, Interstates
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File PDF document 2009 Bridge Enterprise Annual Report
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File Troff document 2017 Transportation Deficit Report
The annual Transportation Deficit Report quantifies the shortfall between CDOT's projected program budgets, and the estimated cost to sustain current bridge and pavement conditions and maintenance service levels. Shortfalls for meeting goals and vision conditions also are discussed.
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File Troff document 2015 Transportation Deficit Report
The annual Transportation Deficit Report quantifies the shortfall between CDOT's projected program budgets and the estimated cost to sustain current bridge and pavement conditions and maintenance service levels. Shortfalls for meeting goals and vision conditions also are discussed.
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File PDF document 2014 Transportation Deficit Report
The Transportation Deficit Report, mandated by FASTER, quantifies Colorado’s transportation budget deficit and provides information to the state legislature and the public about the causes of rising costs, including population growth, vehicle size and weight, land use policies and work patterns. Deficits are defined as the shortfall between projected revenues and the estimated costs to sustain the current condition of roadways, bridges and maintenance program areas over the next ten years. Costs to achieve the Transportation Commission’s performance goals and corridor visions over the next ten years are also addressed.
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File Troff document 2013 Transportation Deficit Report
The Transportation Deficit Report, mandated by FASTER, quantifies Colorado’s transportation budget deficit and provides information to the state legislature and the public about the causes of rising costs, including population growth, vehicle size and weight, land use policies and work patterns. Deficits are defined as the shortfall between projected revenues and the estimated costs to sustain the current condition of roadways, bridges and maintenance program areas over the next ten years. Costs to achieve the Transportation Commission’s performance goals and corridor visions over the next ten years are also addressed.
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File PDF document 2012 Transportation Deficit Report
The Transportation Deficit Report, mandated by FASTER, quantifies Colorado’s transportation budget deficit and provides information to the state legislature and the public about the causes of rising costs, including population growth, vehicle size and weight, land use policies and work patterns. Deficits are defined as the shortfall between projected revenues and the estimated costs to sustain the current condition of roadways, bridges and maintenance program areas over the next ten years. Costs to achieve the Transportation Commission’s performance goals and corridor visions over the next ten years are also addressed.
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