Projects

US Highways

Studies & Assessments for US Highways
Ports to Plains

This study was a joint effort by four state Departments of Transportation (DOTs) including Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. It includes I-70 from I-25 east to US 40/287 and then south along US 40/287 to the Colorado/Oklahoma border. The purpose was to create a Development and Management plan for the Ports to Plains Corridor, which outlines a proposed plan for the corridor and serves as an essential tool for securing federal funding for corridor development. It contains several elements that improve the transportation network’s ability to move people and goods. Nearly 1,400 miles long, the corridor consists of 511 miles of 4- to 6-lane roadway, 755 miles of 2-lane roadway, and 113 miles of roadway in metropolitan areas. Keywords: Studies, US Highways, Interstates

US 6 & Wadsworth Boulevard Environmental Assessment

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) in conjunction with the study of possible improvements to the US 6 (6th Avenue) and Wadsworth Boulevard interchange and to Wadsworth Boulevard from approximately 4th Avenue to 14th Avenue. Keywords: Studies, US Highways

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 6 Clifton Transportation Study

The US 6 Clifton Transportation Study is a Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) study that will analyze transportation issues and explore a range of short- and long-term improvements to improve operational performance and safety and potentially reduce congestion along the US 6C corridor in unincorporated Mesa County. Keywords: Studies, US Highways, PEL

US 24 West

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) assembled a team to study short- and long-term strategies to address capacity issues on the US 24 West corridor from Manitou Springs to I-25. The team consists of CDOT, FHWA, and the consulting firms of CH2M HILL and Wilson & Company. Keywords: Studies, US Highways

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

US 34, US 287 to Larimer County Rd. 3 EA and FONSI

April 2007 - Environmental Assessment (EA) - The purpose of the proposed project is to provide an improved transportation facility between US 287 and LCR 3 that would meet the following needs: Improve current and future traffic mobility, Improve transportation safety, and Accommodate 2030 travel demand. July 2007 - Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) - This project encompasses approximately 6 miles of US 34 (also known as Eisenhower Boulevard) in Loveland, Colorado. The project corridor extends between a western terminus at US 287 (North Lincoln Avenue and North Cleveland Avenue one-way pair) and an eastern terminus of Larimer County Road 3 (LCR 3), 1.5 miles east of the I-25 interchange. Keywords: Studies, US Highways, Active Construction

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

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 160 EIS

The proposed project is located in La Plata County, Colorado. The project length on US 160 would be 16.2 miles, extending from milepost (MP) 88.0, located east of Durango , to MP 104.2, located east of Bayfield. The project length on US 550 would be 1.2 miles, extending from MP 16.6, located at the US 160/US 550 (south) intersection, to MP 15.4, located south of the US 550/County Road (CR) 220 intersection. Keywords: Studies, US Highways

US 287 at Lamar Environmental Assessment and FONSI

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), in cooperation with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), has prepared this Environmental Assessment (EA) and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) to identify and assess a new alignment for U.S. Highway (U.S.) 287 and U.S. 50 through the City of Lamar, Colorado in Prowers County. Keywords: Studies, US Highways

US 287 from CO 1 to the LaPorte Bypass EA and FONSI

September 2004 - Environmental Assessment (EA) - The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has been conducting studies to investigate alternatives that would improve mobility (travel conditions) and safety on the stretch of approximately 2 miles of US 287 between SH 1 and the LaPorte Bypass intersection east of the town of LaPorte, mileposts (MP) 348.50 and 350.35. June 2006 - Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) - This document contains a FONSI and selects Preferred Alternative A4 with Reduced Footprint based on the analyses and results in the attached EA. Keywords: Studies, US Highways, Active Construction

US 287 Loveland to Fort Collins Environmental Overview Study (EOS)

January 2007 - The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) developed and initiated the Environmental Overview Study (EOS) process. The EOS process is structured to provide a basis for long-term roadway improvements and to provide support for local planning decisions while considering environmental resources decisions. While no funds are currently programmed for construction, the intended outcome of the process is the preservation of a corridor for future transportation improvements. Through this process, future improvements to the Colorado highway system can be integrated with other local and regional transportation plans resulting in a proactive, environmentally sensitive transportation vision within the North Front Range. Keywords: Studies, US Highways, Active Construction

US 550 Environmental Assessment & Finding Of No Significant Impact

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), prepared this Environmental Assessment (EA) of the potential environmental, social, and economic impacts of proposed improvements to US 550. The purpose of the project is to improve safety and meet projected demand for highway capacity between Durango, Colorado, and the New Mexico line. The improvements will be located entirely in La Plata County, Colorado. Keywords: Studies, US Highways


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