Iliff Ave Corridor Study
This project looked at the existing concerns and problems within the Iliff Avenue Corridor as it relates to traffic and multi modal transportation needs, and developed long term solutions to the corridor.
Based on citizen input, multi jurisdictional meetings, citizen and business focus groups, and the data obtained from the corridor analysis, ideas and solutions for the corridor were narrowed to a final plan for future implementation.
- Final Corridor Conditions Report
- Iliff Corridor Study Report
- Iliff Corridor Final Recommendations Map
- Iliff Avenue OSP Addendum
Public and agency involvement were essential to the Corridor Study. Three well-attended general public meetings, five community focus group meetings, and multiple stakeholder meetings were held to solicit input on existing transportation issues, alternatives development and screening, and study recommendations. Frequent coordination also occurred with partner and stakeholder agencies, including Southeast Metropolitan Stormwater Authority (SEMSWA), City of Aurora, City and County of Denver, Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG), Regional Transportation District (RTD), Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), and Denver Water.
Public Meeting #1 – June 2013: Displayed exhibits to introduce the study, presented existing conditions and year 2035 travel forecasts, and collected input on the draft corridor vision, issues and problem areas.
Public Meeting #1 Summary
Public Meeting #1 Comment Summary
Public Meeting #2 -- December 2013: Presented alternatives evaluation results and improvements recommended to carry forward for further consideration.
Public Meeting #2 Outreach Overview
Public Meeting #2 Comment Summary
Public Meeting #2 Presentation
Public Meeting #3 -- April 2014: Presented the Level 3 alternatives evaluation and study recommendations.
Public Meeting #3 Outreach Overview
Public Meeting #3 Comment Summary
Public Meeting #3 Presentation
Community Focus Groups: Three separate groups were formed and functioned as a sounding board during the alternatives analysis process. Groups included emergency services providers, residents/commuters and business representatives. A total of five meetings were held.
Stakeholder Meetings: A total of eight presentations/meetings were held with individual stakeholders and groups interested in the corridor.