Arapahoe County is seeking input from the public as the county continues its efforts to map out its transportation needs and goals for the next 20 years.
Proposed recommendations for the 2040 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) are now available for the public to review until Aug. 11. Arapahoe County is seeking input from the public to ensure the recommendations, proposed transportation and mobility investment priorities accurately reflect the values and needs of those who live, work, visit and recreate in the county.
View a draft of the proposed recommendations
The county is asking the public to weigh in on proposed recommendations for road improvements, new roadway connections, bike and pedestrian projects, traffic operational improvements and public transit.
In 2020, the county’s Transportation Division began the process of updating the county’s TMP. The previous 2035 TMP developed a unified multimodal transportation system that promoted efficiency, supported alternative transportation solutions and ensured coordination with land use. The proposed 2040 TMP is building on these goals by identifying future improvements, investments and policies that will keep residents, employees and visitors moving in, out, and throughout Arapahoe County for years to come.
Public feedback received will form priorities and also help create a more thoughtful TMP. The county’s goal is to have a plan that not only meets the needs of the county’s growing communities, but also creates a more resilient and responsive transportation system.
It is anticipated that the complete 2040 Transportation Master Plan will be available for public review in late summer and adopted by the Board of County Commissioners in Fall 2021. For more information about the plan or to sign up for project updates via email, go to www.arapahoegov.com/transportationplan