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US 6 Clifton Access Control Plan

Region 3 of the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Mesa County have identified a need to improve future traffic operations on US 6 between the I-70 Business Loop and the railroad viaduct east of 33 Road by developing an access management plan (AMP) . This ACP evaluated the portion of the US 6 corridor located from the Interstate 70 (I-70) Business Loop to the viaduct over the Union Pacific Railroad east of 33 Road. Keywords: Studies, US Highways, Access Control Plan

US 34 Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) Study

The project will provide for a Planning and Environmental Linkages Study on US 34 from Glade Road west of Loveland to CR 49 east of Greeley. Over the last 10 – 15 years, various studies have been performed throughout this corridor, including an Access Control Plan along US 34 from CR 3 to US 85, an Environmental Assessment along US 34 in Loveland from US 287 east to CR 3 along with other studies. One of the goals of this project is to update and consolidate these studies. \\ Keywords: Studies, US Highways

SH 42 Planning and Environmental Linkage Study (PEL)

The 42 Gateway Project is an infrastructure improvement study that seeks to influence the form, function, character, and accessibility of the Highway 42 Revitalization Area and Downtown Louisville. The Project was a joint effort between the City of Louisville (the City), Boulder County, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). Keywords: Studies, State Highways, PEL

US 50 West PEL Study

The Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) Study conducted on US 50 between Swallows Road and Baltimore Avenue in Pueblo County released in June 2012. Keywords: Studies, US Highways

US 50 Access Control Plan

US 50 is an important resource for the communities of Colorado's Western Slope. Traffic volumes on US 50 are projected to significantly increase in the future. One of the best ways to keep the highway safe and efficient is to manage the location and design of intersections and driveways (access points). This ACP evaluated the portion of the US 50 corridor located just west of Grand Mesa Avenue to SH 141A in Whitewater. Keywords: Studies, US Highways, Access Control Plan

56th Avenue, Quebec St. to Havana St. Environmental Assessment

This Environmental Assessment (EA) identifies and evaluates the impacts of proposed multi-modal transportation improvements on 56th Avenue between Quebec Street and Havana Street in Denver, Colorado. The purpose of the proposed improvements is to meet forecast mobility and accessibility needs for users of all modes (including pedestrians, bicyclists, cars, buses, and trucks) on the existing 56th Avenue alignment. Keywords: Studies, State Highways

SH 60 Access Control Plan

Access control plan was conducted in coordination with the SH 60 Environmental Overview Study. Keywords: Studies, State Highways, Access Control Plan

SH 60 Environmental Overview Study

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), Region 4, initiated an Environmental Overview Study (EOS) to evaluate the transportation needs along State Highway 60 (SH 60) from I-25 to Two Rivers Parkway in Weld County. Keywords: Studies, State Highways

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

I-70 Reversible Lane Study

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).

I-70 Reversible (Zipper) Lane Study Phase II

December 2012 - This Phase II I-70 Reversible Lane Feasibility Study report provides information on the benefits and risks associated with Reversible Lane implementation along the I-70 Mountain Corridor. This document builds on the information provided in the Phase I analysis and discusses the trade-offs that must be considered prior to implementation.

I-70 Twin Tunnels Environmental Assessment

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) have prepared this Environmental Assessment (EA) documenting analysis under the National Environmental Policy Act for the Twin Tunnels project. The purpose of the project is to improve eastbound highway safety and mobility in the Twin Tunnels area of Interstate 70 (I-70) in Idaho Springs and Clear Creek County, Colorado. FONSI included.

I-70 B West Study

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in coordination with the City of Grand Junction, Mesa County, and the Regional Transportation Planning Office (RTPO) are considering improvements to the I-70B Corridor in Grand Junction, Colorado. The I-70B West study corridor is approximately four miles in length and extends from 24 Road on the west to 15th Street on the east. Keywords: Studies, Interstates

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