Telephone Town Hall Meeting June 2013

CDOT Hosts Telephone Town Hall Meeting for the I-225 PEL Study from Yosemite Street to I-25

On Wednesday, June 12th at 6 p.m., the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will host a telephone town hall meeting to allow residents and travelers to learn more about the Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) study on southbound I-225 from Yosemite Street to I-25.

“With the completion of the roadway widening project for southbound I-225 from Parker Road to Mississippi Street, the congestion on I-225 between Yosemite Street and I-25 is expected to worsen.  We are offering a wide variety of outreach opportunities, including the telephone town hall meeting, to help keep motorists informed about the project,” said CDOT Resident Engineer Rick Erjavec. “This telephone town hall meeting is a great opportunity for residents and travelers to learn more about the study and we strongly encourage folks to call into the meeting."

The town hall meeting will last for one hour and will include a panel of CDOT, consultant, and local agency representatives who will introduce the project.  Town hall participants will also have the opportunity to answer periodic polling questions using their phone keypad and ask questions of the panelists.

Anyone can participate in the town hall, although residents who live near the project area and have a listed phone number will receive a call directly at 6 p.m. asking if they want to participate. Anyone who does not live near the project or who does not receive a call can take part by calling toll-free 1-855-269-4485 at 6 p.m.

A summary of the town hall will be posted in late June to www.coloradodot.info/projects/I-225pel for those who are unable to participate. We will continue to work with the public throughout the study; collecting and analyzing data and developing alternatives to search for a solution to the project.

Telephone Town Hall flyer (pdf)