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I-70 Reversible (Zipper) Lane Study Phase I

Study Status: Complete

Gerogetown to Floyd Hill - Phase 1 Feasibility Study - August 10, 2010 Gerogetown to Floyd Hill - Phase 1 Feasibility Study - August 10, 2010 -The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is considering a reversible zipper lane on I-70 west of Denver to manage congestion during peak times on winter Sundays. The current strategy under consideration calls for an eastbound reversible lane to begin west of Empire Junction (approximately Milepost 230.5) and for the lane to terminate at the base of Floyd Hill (Milepost 244.0). Keywords: studies, interstates, zipper lane
File PDF document I-70 Reversible (Zipper) Lane Executive Summary
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is considering a reversible (zipper) lane on I-70 west of Denver to manage congestion during peak times on winter Sundays. The current strategy under consideration calls for an eastbound reversible lane to begin west of Empire Junction (approximately Milepost 230.5) and for the lane to terminate at the base of Floyd Hill (Milepost 244.0).
File PDF document Contraflow Mapbook3 Combined
64MB
File PDF document Contraflow Lanes PowerPoint
File PDF document Crossover Plans
File PDF document I-70 Contraflow Survey
April 6, 2010
File PDF document Lane Closure Data Graphs r1
File PDF document Appendix A Tech Memo
August 19, 2010
File PDF document Appendix B Phase 1 Report
Update Language - August 5, 2010
File PDF document Appendix C UA Phase 1
Technical Report - 2nd draft
File PDF document Appendix D
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