Gun Club Road / Alameda Ave. Corridor Study

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Informational Meeting

The project team hosted an informational meeting June 1, 2022, at the E-470 Highway Building. If you were unable to attend, you can view the slide show presentation and the questions and answers that were part of the meeting. If you would like to provide comment, please use the online feedback form below.

Project Background

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Arapahoe County, in partnership with the City of Aurora, has begun a conceptual design process to address capacity and safety on Gun Club Road and Alameda Avenue. The study will cover Gun Club Road from 6th Avenue to Mississippi Avenue and for Alameda Avenue from Gun Club Road to Harvest Road. 

The Gun Club/Alameda Corridor Study will include traffic analysis, safety assessment and conceptual design alternatives for improvements to both roads. The project will evaluate road improvements to accommodate the current and future traffic volume, as well as long and interim safety improvements to address speeding and increased traffic on these roadways.

Project Timeline

Initial work on the design project has begun and will continue through the end of 2022. Suggested Improvements for the Gun Club Road and Alameda Avenue intersection are anticipated to be recommended as a top priority for improving safety and will move toward the construction phase in 2024. Both interim and long-term traffic calming measures on Alameda Avenue will also be prioritized for future funding and construction.

Public Engagement

Public outreach for this conceptual design portion of this project will include two public meetings to receive input from neighborhood citizens and other stakeholders. We anticipate the first public meeting to be held in May 2022. Additional information will also be available in the coming months and will be updated here. 

Get Involved

We welcome input from the neighborhood and the traveling public as it relates to the focus of this study. Use this online feedback form to provide comments or concerns. Join our mailing list by contacting -