This meeting focused on refinements made to the proposed action for improving the Lincoln Avenue corridor from Park Meadows Drive to Oswego Street, including the I-25 interchange and Havana Street intersection. If you couldn’t attend this meeting, you can use these resources to learn more about these refinements, other City of Lone Tree projects to help improve mobility along Lincoln Avenue and the Lone Tree Mobility Hub project. After reviewing these materials click on the link to provide feedback.
This meeting focused on the design alternative being recommended to advance through the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process and why it was selected from all the options analyzed. If you were unable to attend this meeting, you can use these resources to learn more and provide feedback.
If you were unable to attend the Sept. 22 public meeting that included the presentation of the design alternatives being considered for further analysis, you can review the meeting materials below. After you’ve had a chance to review this information, if you would like to provide input on the design alternatives, you can fill out this brief survey.
For more general comments you can also use the interactive map feature to the right or fill out the feedback form below.
If you were unable to attend the Nov. 9 public meeting, you can review the meeting materials below. After you’ve had a chance to review this information, we encourage you to use the interactive map feature to the right to share comments and fill out the feedback form below.
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