Projects

Wadsworth Boulevard Widening

Project Facts

  • Cost: $10 million

Project Team

  • Contractor(s):
    Phase 1: Structures, Inc.
    Phase 2: SEMA Construction

In March 2016, CDOT started construction to improve capacity on Wadsworth Boulevard, between Highland Drive and 10th Avenue. Work is expected to be complete by the end of 2016. 

Most work will be completed during daylight hours Monday through Friday, but there could be some construction activities during overnight hours or on the weekend if needed.


Phase 1

Work on the first stretch of roadway to improve Wadsworth Boulevard capacity between 10th Avenue and Colfax was completed in summer 2015. Improvements included:

  • providing three through lanes on Wadsworth Boulevard in Lakewood;
  • adding a center median for safer operations;
  • adding a new concrete box culvert to improve drainage in the area; and
  • adding a 10-foot-wide multi-use path on both sides of the roadway.

This was the first phase of construction from the US 6 and Wadsworth Interchange Study. The City of Lakewood is contributing significantly to the project costs. Multi-modal access to the new RTD light rail station will also be provided.

Further construction in the area laid out in the US 6 and Wadsworth Interchange Study is awaiting funding.

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