Please Provide Input on Transportation Improvements Planned East of Mineral Station along Mineral Avenue
The City of Littleton is kicking off a project to identify and design transportation improvements in the area along Mineral Avenue east of Santa Fe Drive to approximately Windermere Street. Mineral Avenue is an important east-west corridor providing access to many local and regional destinations, including RTD’s Mineral Light Rail Station to the west and businesses and services to the east. Improvements are needed to create safer and more convenient options for bicyclist and pedestrian travel in this area.
Improvements will be considered at multiple locations and could include separated bike lanes and an improved trail along Mineral Avenue, changes at intersections to boost safety for bicyclists and pedestrians, and upgraded crossings of area roadways for High Line Canal Trail users.
Through a robust planning process incorporating community input, the city will identify a set of improvements aimed at enhancing transportation mode choices and connectivity while increasing safety.
Community members are invited to learn about the project and provide input regarding existing active transportation concerns and desired improvements on the project web page: www.littletongov.org/MineralMobilityImprovements. Comments are being accepted on the project web page through January 7. Initial community input will be used to identify concerns with existing conditions and will support the development and screening of improvement alternatives. Selection of concepts and project design will occur in 2022, bringing additional opportunities for public comment. Please fill out this survey to provide comments.
The total budget for planning, design, and construction is $2 million. The project is funded using a “Safer Main Streets” grant from the Colorado Department of Transportation. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2023.
After summiting the survey here, please note location-based comments regarding existing safety concerns or other existing transportation issues and make suggestions for specific improvements on this comment map.
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