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Located in Library / Studies / CO 392 Access Control Plan
File PDF document Chapter 1 Introduction
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File PDF document Chapter 3 Existing Conditons
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File PDF document Chapter 5 Access Control Techniques
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File PDF document Chapter 8 Next Steps
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File PDF document Chapter 7 Access Control Plan Recommendations
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File PDF document Chapter 2 General Access Requirements
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File PDF document Chapter 4 Projected Conditions for the Year 2030
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Located in Library / Studies / CO 392 Access Control Plan
CO 392 Access Control Plan
October 2006 - Recent and continued growth in along Interstate (I) 25, State Highway (SH) 392, and within the local communities that make up the North Front Range, has resulted in an increase in traffic on the SH 392 corridor. Traffic volumes in the area are expected to at least double in the next 20 years. Without changes to the corridor, this increase in traffic volumes will result in increased delay, higher levels of congestion, and an increase in the severity and number of accidents. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has identified the need for an Access Control Plan (ACP) on this corridor to minimize the occurrence of these conditions. Keywords: Studies, State Highways, Access Control Plan, Active Construction
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