I-25 & Belleview Avenue Interchange Improvement Study

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The I-25 & Belleview Avenue Interchange Improvement Study has recently completed an approximately 18-month technical analysis effort to support alternatives development and screening for improving this interchange. Alternatives were analyzed in a detailed evaluation of specific criteria, including traffic operations, safety, multimodal, community impacts (access, environmental, right-of-way, constructability), and cost.

However, before decisions are made on which alternative to move forward to the next stage of the project, it is important to conduct meaningful public involvement. The project team has developed a Public Involvement (PI) Plan that will be implemented in October 2020 and will take advantage of a number of technological resources/tools as conducting PI during the COVID-19 pandemic presents both obvious challenges and new opportunities for engagement. A virtual public meeting was held on October 7th. Various agency meetings will be occurring over the next few weeks to allow for additional input. Please visit this site for more information and participate in the survey and leave comments below.

After completion of the PI process the project’s Executive Committee (EC) will evaluate both the results of the technical analysis and feedback from the public involvement process to make a decision on which alternative will advance to the next stage of the project. The next stage will include preliminary design and NEPA along with additional focus on a project funding plan.

The I-25 & Belleview Avenue Interchange Improvement Study has recently completed an approximately 18-month technical analysis effort to support alternatives development and screening for improving this interchange. Alternatives were analyzed in a detailed evaluation of specific criteria, including traffic operations, safety, multimodal, community impacts (access, environmental, right-of-way, constructability), and cost.

However, before decisions are made on which alternative to move forward to the next stage of the project, it is important to conduct meaningful public involvement. The project team has developed a Public Involvement (PI) Plan that will be implemented in October 2020 and will take advantage of a number of technological resources/tools as conducting PI during the COVID-19 pandemic presents both obvious challenges and new opportunities for engagement. A virtual public meeting was held on October 7th. Various agency meetings will be occurring over the next few weeks to allow for additional input. Please visit this site for more information and participate in the survey and leave comments below.

After completion of the PI process the project’s Executive Committee (EC) will evaluate both the results of the technical analysis and feedback from the public involvement process to make a decision on which alternative will advance to the next stage of the project. The next stage will include preliminary design and NEPA along with additional focus on a project funding plan.

  • New documents added

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    20 Nov 2020

    New project documents added including traffic analysis summary and the local intersection concepts at Quebec and Syracuse.