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120th Avenue Connection
The Colorado Department of Transportation, in partnership with the City and County of Broomfield, proposes to extend 120th Avenue from Wadsworth Parkway, across U.S. 36 to approximately 120th Avenue and Teller Street, including an intersection with U.S. 287. Keywords: Active Construction, State Highways
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I-70 Viaduct Expansion Joint Repairs
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I-70 Viaduct Expansion Joint Repairs
A Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) I-70 Viaduct Repairs expansion joint repair project on the I-70 viaduct from Brighton Boulevard to Colorado Boulevard. The project will repair or replace 60 bridge expansion joints on the 45-year old structure, improve drainage and replace the bridge rail.
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June 4, 2008 Noise Assessment and Mitigation Meeting
The Summary Report summarizes the input received during the Noise meeting. Some of these documents may take extra time to download because of their large file sizes. All documents are in Adobe format.
Located in Library / / Completed Studies / US 6 & Wadsworth Boulevard Environmental Assessment
April 29, 2008 Open House
Located in Library / / Completed Studies / US 6 & Wadsworth Boulevard Environmental Assessment
I-70/32nd Avenue Interchange FONSI
February 28, 2007 - Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI)
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I-70/32nd Avenue Interchange Environmental Assessment
October 2006 - The City of Wheat Ridge identified the area southwest of the Interstate 70 / State Highway 58 (I-70/SH 58) interchange as an urban growth area with potential office, commercial, and retail land use to begin development in the next several years (City of Wheat Ridge 2005). Land use in the area southwest of the I-70/SH 58 interchange is changing from previous aggregate mining to retail and commercial use, as identified in the City of Wheat Ridge Comprehensive Plan (City of Wheat Ridge 1999, as amended in 2005). The proposed change in land use, in conjunction with regional growth, will affect traffic operations at this interchange and on the local arterial streets in the vicinity of the interchange. Keywords: Studies, Interstates, Environmental Assessment, EA
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