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Give your input on the future of Lincoln Avenue

Potential improvements focus of Sept. 22 public meeting

Posted on September 12, 2022 2022Breaking NewsTransportation


Information courtesy of the City of Lone Tree

Get a first glimpse at plans to improve Lincoln Avenue from Park Meadows Drive to Oswego Street during a public meeting later this month at the Lone Tree Arts Center.

You can view current project information and provide comments in person from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St., or watch the presentation online. The presentation will begin at 6 p.m., and the link to join virtually is https://us06web.zoom.us/s/81064517053.

The Advancing Lincoln Avenue Project – a partnership among the City of Lone Tree, Douglas County, and other local agencies – began last year with the goal of identifying improvements that balance the needs of local and regional users with a focus on multimodal travel options and long-term growth plans like the City Center development in the southeast quadrant of the Interstate 25 and Lincoln Avenue interchange.

Since the first public meeting in November 2021, the project team has developed numerous design alternatives to improve Lincoln Avenue, including the I-25 interchange and the Havana Street intersection, and identified three ideas to consider for further analysis. These alternatives have been shared with partner agencies and stakeholders, and it’s now time to share them with the general public.

Project team members will go through the alternatives development process during the meeting, and people will have the chance to ask questions and provide input.

Anyone not able to attend this meeting can provide comments on this interactive map. For more information on this project, including materials shared at the first public meeting, visit advancinglincolnavenue.com. You can also call 720-509-1020.


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