Study Schedule

Study ScheduleMilestones

Existing Conditions Report - Completed

This report shows progress in the corridor in several different areas. Click on the area below to learn more.

Summary of existing local stakeholder plans along the Study corridor. Data collection will provide land use considerations to consider during future prioritization of projects.

Data collection of environmental resources and concerns along the Study corridor including floodplains and floodways, wetlands and other waters of the U.S., threatened & endangered species, hazardous materials, visual resources, etc. to establish knowledge of current environmental conditions.

Consolidation of data derived from accident records and information on the roadway including: street geometry, lighting, traffic signals, pedestrian and bike facilities, etc. All of this data will provide a full understanding of the state of the Study corridor and how the roadway is being used. In addition, future conditions of traffic will be modeled to anticipate potential traffic conditions with and without transportation improvement projects.

Purpose & Need - Completed

A statement of purpose and need was used to identify the goals for the corridor based on the data collected in the existing conditions report, as well as input provided during stakeholder engagement.

Alternatives Development - Completed 

Alternative transportation improvement projects were developed to meet the objectives of the corridor vision. Each of the alternatives were evaluated against criteria developed that incorporate objectives of the corridor goals and vision. The Final Alternatives Report includes the most reasonable alternatives based on consideration of operational effectiveness, land use consequences, economic feasibility, and environmental impacts.

Access Control Plan - Completed

This phase of the project documented access points along the Study Corridor to preserve CDOT Right-of-Way (ROW) when improvement projects are executed along the CO 52 corridor. Creation of the Access Control Plan ensures that future development will adhere to the corridor vision and goals established during the PEL

Planning Environmental Linkages (PEL) Study Report - Completed

This was the final deliverable including a technical summary of engineering and environmental considerations for the identified transportation project alternatives, as well as final versions of all above reports. The report includes a completed FHWA PEL questionnaire so that the information within the report can be used for a future federal National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) permitting.