I-25 & Belleview Avenue Interchange Improvement Study

Belleview Avenue, between Monaco Street and DTC Boulevard, currently experiences a high level of congestion. As the South I-25 Corridor continues to develop, it is important to plan for future improvements that will provide reliable and safe mobility for the public while minimizing negative impacts on the surrounding areas.

The I-25 & Belleview Avenue Interchange Improvement Study will examine several possible improvements for the interchange. The Study will expand upon the efforts from the Belleview Avenue Corridor Study, which was completed in 2016. Although the 2016 study identified several alternatives for improvements, and chose one as the 'recommended alternative', this new study will expand upon the previous alternatives and develop new alternatives to evaluate and compare.

The next and current step is a refined and more detailed screening of the alternatives to assess how each alternative addresses current and future congestion and improves mobility and safety within the interchange for all modes of travel, followed by analysis of the environmental impacts required by the NEPA process.

The current study will identify a preferred alternative for the interchange and will allow for the project partners (CDOT, SPIMD, City of Greenwood Village, Arapahoe County, and the City and County of Denver) to plan for design, funding, and ultimately construction.

The right-hand side of this page includes links to documents completed for the current study along with relevant documents completed with the 2016 Belleview Avenue Corridor Study. All documents from the 2016 study can be viewed at the Arapahoe County project page (External Link).

Belleview Avenue, between Monaco Street and DTC Boulevard, currently experiences a high level of congestion. As the South I-25 Corridor continues to develop, it is important to plan for future improvements that will provide reliable and safe mobility for the public while minimizing negative impacts on the surrounding areas.

The I-25 & Belleview Avenue Interchange Improvement Study will examine several possible improvements for the interchange. The Study will expand upon the efforts from the Belleview Avenue Corridor Study, which was completed in 2016. Although the 2016 study identified several alternatives for improvements, and chose one as the 'recommended alternative', this new study will expand upon the previous alternatives and develop new alternatives to evaluate and compare.

The next and current step is a refined and more detailed screening of the alternatives to assess how each alternative addresses current and future congestion and improves mobility and safety within the interchange for all modes of travel, followed by analysis of the environmental impacts required by the NEPA process.

The current study will identify a preferred alternative for the interchange and will allow for the project partners (CDOT, SPIMD, City of Greenwood Village, Arapahoe County, and the City and County of Denver) to plan for design, funding, and ultimately construction.

The right-hand side of this page includes links to documents completed for the current study along with relevant documents completed with the 2016 Belleview Avenue Corridor Study. All documents from the 2016 study can be viewed at the Arapahoe County project page (External Link).

  • Boards available for download here (Public Meeting #1 - August 9, 2018)

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    *UPDATE - August 10, 2018

    Click here to view the boards that were displayed at the public meeting on August 9, 2018.



    The first public meeting will be held on August 9th. See the attached flyer for more detailed information. There will be no formal presentation, so feel free to drop-in at any time between 5:30 and 7:30 PM. We will have stations set up with more information on the overall timeline, existing traffic and environmental conditions, and the purpose and need of the project. We will be looking to hear input on the project from all attendees.

    If you...



    *UPDATE - August 10, 2018

    Click here to view the boards that were displayed at the public meeting on August 9, 2018.



    The first public meeting will be held on August 9th. See the attached flyer for more detailed information. There will be no formal presentation, so feel free to drop-in at any time between 5:30 and 7:30 PM. We will have stations set up with more information on the overall timeline, existing traffic and environmental conditions, and the purpose and need of the project. We will be looking to hear input on the project from all attendees.

    If you are not able to attend, the content that will be displayed will be posted on this website after the meeting.