CDOT Hosts Clifton Transportation Study Public Meeting

February 2, 2015 - Northwestern Colorado/CDOT Region 3 - Community Input Desired for US 6 Study.

MESA COUNTY/CLIFTON – A transportation study of US 6 between I-70B and 33 Road through Clifton is underway.  The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is leading a team to examine alternatives for this important corridor.  

The goal of the study is to develop and screen a range of improvements to improve mobility, operations, multimodal facilities, and safety along the US 6 corridor.  The study will provide a plan for future short- and long-term transportation improvements.  

The first phase of this 12-month study includes gathering public input and an evaluation of existing and future conditions.  The first public meeting will be held this week:

When: February 5, 2015 from 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Where: Clifton Community Hall, 126 2nd Street, Clifton, Colorado  81520.

The meeting will be an open house format and there will be no formal presentation, so guests are welcome to attend any time during the meeting to view exhibits and provide comments to project team members. The study and subsequent work will be closely coordinated with local agencies, residents, area businesses and commuters to identify transportation improvements that best meet the study goals while taking into consideration existing community plans.

Additional information can be found on the study’s web page, and comments can be submitted online at: