I-25 Mobility Hub Design - Lone Tree

About the Project

Colorado’s transportation system is evolving as the state continues to grow. Integrating modal choices into the transportation system enables the system to move goods and people throughout the network by providing multiple options to reach their destinations. CDOT’s “Mobility Hub” re-envisions the traditional park-and-ride transit stop.  The Mobility Hubs are transportation centers at select locations that emphasize multimodal options, seamless mode-to-mode transitions, real-time passenger information, passenger convenience, and opportunities to create transit-friendly development in surrounding areas.

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is actively completing the design of the  Lone Tree Mobility Hub which includes both the northbound and southbound directional movements and hubs on I-25 in the City of Lone Tree, located in Douglas County. This transit improvement project will consist of constructing slip ramps along the I-25 northbound off-ramp and southbound on-ramp for use by Bustang transit services, a pedestrian bridge connecting the two transit stops, and sidewalks.

Project Goals:

  • This project is intended to provide northbound and southbound mobility hubs along I-25 in the City of Lone Tree for CDOT’s Bustang service, allowing the transit service minimal delay to depart and re-enter I-25. Coordination between the I-25 Mobility Hub (Lone Tree) Project and the ongoing I-25/Lincoln Interchange Project (Advancing Lincoln Avenue) is essential to ensure compatibility between the two improvement projects. Consideration and subsequent collaboration with neighboring developers and stakeholders will be vital to the success of this Project as well.

Project Schedule

Project Schedule for Design:

  • Beginning Spring of 2023

Project Construction:

  • Anticipated 2024 Construction

I-25 Lone Tree Mobility Hub rendering

Location of I-25 Mobility Hub
in Lone Tree

Project Elements:

  • Bustang Bus Route slip ramps for both northbound off-ramp and southbound on-ramp
  • Bus shelters
  • Pedestrian Bridge
  • Sidewalk connectivity

Project Location:

This project is located on I-25 in the City of Lone Tree, between milepost 191.00 and milepost 193.5 in Douglas County.

Project Budget:

$20 million total estimated project cost for design and construction