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Posted on: September 17, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Work on the Iliff Ave. Corridor Project causing temporary travel impacts

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Traffic Impacts for the Week of Jan. 7

Arapahoe County Public Works and Concrete Express Inc. continue corridor improvements on Iliff Avenue. Road excavation and removals continue on the north side of Iliff Avenue at the Emporia Street intersection. Emporia Street has extended lane and sidewalk closures while crews perform underground drainage installation. 

The Cherry Creek Trail under Iliff Avenue is closed for the next four months. Trail users are directed to detour along Iliff Avenue to the signalized crosswalk at Trenton Way and back along Iliff Avenue to join Cherry Creek Trail on the other side.

Travel Impacts

  • Monday, Jan. 10 through Friday, Jan. 14
  • Lane and sidewalk closures at Emporia Street while crews install underground drainage.
  • Full closure of the Cherry Creek Trail under Iliff Avenue. Trail users will follow a detour

Please follow pedestrian signage and use crosswalks or follow the directions of project flaggers and/or team members to safely cross the work zones. Other third-party utility work unaffiliated with this project is also being completed in the area requiring various lane closures. 

STAY INFORMED

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email: Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor


Traffic Impacts for the Week of Jan. 1

Arapahoe County Public Works and Concrete Express Inc. continue corridor improvements on Iliff Avenue. Road excavation and removals will continue on the north side of Iliff Avenue beginning with the Emporia Street intersection. Starting Jan. 4, Emporia Street will have extended lane and sidewalk closures while crews perform underground drainage installation. 

 A full closure of the Cherry Creek Trail under Iliff Avenue will be in effect starting Jan. 4 and continue about four months. Trail users will detour along Iliff Avenue to the signalized crosswalk at Trenton Way and back along Iliff Avenue to join Cherry Creek Trail on the other side of Illif Avenue. 

Travel Impacts

Saturday, Jan. 1 through Friday, Jan. 7:

Tuesday, Jan. 4 through Friday, Jan. 7

  • Lane and sidewalk closures at Emporia Street while crews install underground drainage.
  • Full closure of the Cherry Creek Trail under Iliff Avenue. Trail users will follow a detour

Please follow pedestrian signage and use crosswalks or follow the directions of project flaggers and/or team members to safely cross the work zones. Other third-party utility work unaffiliated with this project is also being completed in the area requiring various lane closures. 

STAY INFORMED

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email: Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor 

Traffic Impacts for the Week of Dec. 25


Arapahoe County Public Works and Concrete Express Inc. continue corridor improvements on Iliff Avenue. Crews have shifted traffic between Wabash to Yosemite streets to open work areas for future widening. Road excavation and removals continue on the north side of Iliff Avenue beginning with the Emporia Street intersection. In the coming weeks, Emporia Street will have extended lane and sidewalk closures while crews perform underground drainage installation.  

Work on the High Line Canal Trail has started. Construction include bike trail reconstruction, bridge rehabilitation and environmental improvements. Pile driving operations, which will be noticeable to nearby residents, is underway. During construction there will be no closure of the High Line Canal Trail. 

 A full closure of the Cherry Creek Trail under Iliff Avenue will be in effect starting Jan. 4 and continue about four months. Trail users will detour along Iliff Avenue to the signalized crosswalk at Trenton Way and back along Iliff Avenue to join Cherry Creek Trail on the other side of Illif Avenue. 

Travel Impacts


Saturday, December 25:

  • Monday, Dec. 27 through Wednesday, Dec. 29
    • Daytime intermittent lane closures on westbound Iliff Avenue at Dayton Way 

Please follow pedestrian signage and use crosswalks or follow the directions of project flaggers and/or team members to safely cross the work zones. Other third-party utility work unaffiliated with this project is also being completed in the area requiring various lane closures. 

STAY INFORMED

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email: Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor 

Traffic Impacts for the Week of Dec. 18


Arapahoe County Public Works and Concrete Express Inc. continue corridor improvements on Iliff Avenue. Crews will shift traffic between Wabash Street to Yosemite Street to open work areas for future widening. Traffic shift operations are scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 18, morning. Although access through the corridor will be maintained during traffic shift operations, intermittent lane closures will take place as needed. Traffic is advised to take an alternate route.

Road excavation and removals will occur on north side of Iliff Avenue beginning with the Emporia Street intersection. In the coming weeks, Emporia Street will have extended lane and sidewalk closures while crews perform underground drainage installation. 

Work on the High Line Canal Trail has started. Construction activities include bike trail reconstruction, bridge rehabilitation and environmental improvements. Work will require approximately a week of pile driving operations that will be noticeable to nearby residents. During construction there will be no closure of the High Line Canal Trail, but flaggers will be in place to assist trail users safely through the construction zone. 

Cherry Creek Trail work will begin in early January and will continue through Spring 2022. During construction a full closure of the Cherry Creek Trail under Iliff Avenue will be in effect starting Jan. 4 and continue for about four months. Trail users will detour along Iliff Avenue to the signalized crosswalk at Trenton Way and back along Iliff Avenue to join Cherry Creek Trail on the other side of Illif Avenue. View the detour map

Roadway maintenance operations will also continue through the end of 2021. Crews will conduct intermittent short-term lanes closures for pothole repairs between Quebec Street and Parker Road. 

Travel Impacts

Saturday, December 18: 

  • 7 a.m. traffic shift operations will begin. Traffic is advised to take an alternate route.

Please follow pedestrian signage and use crosswalks or follow the directions of project flaggers and/or team members to safely cross the work zones. Other third-party utility work unaffiliated with this project is also being completed in the area requiring various lane closures. All work is weather-dependent and subject to change. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction. 

STAY INFORMED

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email: Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor


Traffic Impacts for the Week of Dec. 12


Arapahoe County Public Works and Concrete Express Inc. continue corridor improvements on Iliff Avenue. Crews have shifted traffic between Parker Road (CO83) and Wabash Street to open work areas for future widening. Road excavation and removals will be taking place on the north side of Iliff Avenue beginning with the Emporia Street intersection. In the coming weeks, Emporia Street will have extended lane and sidewalk closures while crews perform underground drainage installation. 

Work has started on the High Line Canal Trail. Construction activities include bike trail reconstruction, bridge rehabilitation and environmental improvements. Pile driving operations that will be noticeable to nearby residents is underway. During construction there will be no closure of the High Line Canal Trail, but flaggers will be in place to assist trail users safely through the construction zone. 

Roadway maintenance operations will continue through the end of 2021. Crews will conduct intermittent short-term lane closures throughout the corridor to perform pothole repairs between Quebec Street and Parker Road. 

Traffic Impacts


No impact to motorists or pedestrians next week. 

Please follow pedestrian signage and use crosswalks or follow the directions of project flaggers and/or team members to safely cross the work zones. Other third-party utility work unaffiliated with this project is also being completed in the area requiring various lane closures. All work is weather-dependent and subject to change. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction. 

Stay Informed

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email: Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor


Travel Impacts Starting Dec. 4


Arapahoe County Public Works and Concrete Express Inc. continue corridor improvements on Iliff Avenue. Crews will shift traffic between Parker Road (CO83) and Wabash Street to open work areas for future widening. The traffic shift will take place at 7 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 4. Access through the corridor will be maintained during the traffic shift, but intermittent lane closures will take place as needed. Motorists are advised to take an alternate route.

The traffic switch will allow road excavation and removals to take place on the north side of Iliff Avenue starting with the Emporia Street intersection. Emporia Street will have extended lane and sidewalk closures next week while crews perform underground drainage installation. 

Work on the High Line Canal Trail has begun. Construction activities include bike trail reconstruction, bridge rehabilitation and environmental improvements. Work will require approximately a week of pile driving operations that will be noticeable to nearby residents. There will be no closure of the High Line Canal Trail, and flaggers will be in place to assist trail users through the construction zone. 

Roadway maintenance operations will also continue through the end of 2021. Crews will conduct intermittent short-term lanes closures for pothole repairs between Quebec Street and Parker Road. 

Travel Impacts

  • Daytime Saturday, Dec. 4:
    • Intermittent lane closures on Iliff Avenue from Parker Road to Wabash Street
  • Monday, Dec. 6 through Friday, Dec. 10:
    • Extended lane and sidewalk closures on Emporia Street at Iliff Avenue 

Please follow pedestrian signage and use crosswalks or follow the directions of project flaggers and/or team members to safely cross the work zones. Other third-party utility work unaffiliated with this project, is also being completed in the area requiring various lane closures. All work is weather-dependent and subject to change. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction. 

Stay Informed

More information is available at: 

Phone: 720-773-0567
Email: Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor

Travel Impacts for the Week of Nov. 29


Arapahoe County Public Works and Concrete Express Inc. continue corridor improvements on Iliff Avenue. Crews will continue work between Yosemite and Wabash streets to prepare to shift traffic to open work areas for future widening. Sidewalk removals on Emporia Street will also take place next week. 

Utility work will progress, requiring single right lane closure intermittently throughout the work zone.

Work on the High Line Canal Trail will start in December. Work includes bike trail reconstruction, bridge rehabilitation and environmental improvements. Work will require a week of pile driving operations in early December that will be noticeable to nearby residents. During construction, the High Line Canal Trail will remain open, and flaggers will help trail users get through the construction zone safely.

Roadway maintenance operations will also continue through the end of 2021. Crews will conduct intermittent short-term lanes closures for pothole repairs between Quebec Street and Parker Road. 

Travel Impacts

  • 8:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 29 through Friday, Dec. 3
  • Intermittent right lane closures on Iliff Avenue from Parker Road to Quebec Street

Please follow pedestrian signage and use crosswalks or follow the directions of project flaggers and/or team members to safely cross the work zones. Other third-party utility work unaffiliated with this project, is also being completed in the area requiring various lane closures. All work is weather-dependent and subject to change. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction. 

Stay Informed

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email: Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor


Travel Impacts for the Week of Nov. 22


Arapahoe County Public Works and Development and Concrete Express Inc. continue corridor improvements on Iliff Avenue. As part of this improvement project, truck hauling operations will take place next week during the day as crews continue to clear debris from demolishing two dilapidated buildings at the northwest corner of Parker Road and Iliff Avenue. Daytime truck haul operations will resume on Nov. 29 as part of the demolition.

Crews will continue to perform existing roadway and median removals between Yosemite and Wabash streets and sidewalk removals between Emporia Street and Dayton Way. To safely remove the existing median to open the roadway for future widening, there will be daytime single-lane closures. 

Roadway maintenance operations will begin throughout the corridor and continue intermittently through November. Crews will conduct intermittent short-term lane closures to perform pothole repairs between Quebec Street and Parker Road.  

Travel Impacts

  • 8:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 22, through Friday, Nov. 24 
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on westbound Iliff Avenue from Parker Road (CO 83) to Wabash Street 
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on eastbound Iliff Avenue from Wabash Street to Parker Road (CO 83)
    • Due to Thanksgiving Holiday, no work will take place between 3:30 p.m. Nov. 24 through 8:30 a.m. Nov. 29.

All work is weather-dependent and subject to change. Other third party utility work is also being completed in the area, unaffiliated with this project, requiring lane closures. 

Stay Informed

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email:  Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor


Travel Impacts for the Week of Nov. 15


Arapahoe County Public Works and Development and Concrete Express Inc. continue corridor improvements on Iliff Avenue. As part of this improvement project, truck hauling operations will take place next week during the day as crews continue to clear debris from demolishing two dilapidated buildings at the northwest corner of Parker Road and Iliff Avenue.

Crews will also continue to perform existing roadway, median and sidewalk removals, between Yosemite and Wabash streets. To safely remove the existing median to open the roadway for future widening, crews will conduct daytime single lane closures.

Roadway maintenance operations will begin throughout the corridor and continue intermittently through November. Crews will conduct intermittent short-term lane closures to perform pothole repairs between Quebec Street and Parker Road. 

Travel Impacts

  • 8:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 15, through Friday, Nov. 19 
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on westbound Iliff Avenue from Parker Road (CO 83) to Wabash Street 
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on eastbound Iliff Avenue from Wabash Street to Parker Road (CO 83)

All work is weather-dependent and subject to change. Other third party utility work is also being completed in the area, unaffiliated with this project, requiring various lane closures.

In the future, travelers can expect daytime and nighttime traffic impacts. Intermittent daytime and nighttime lane closures should be expected. Minor impacts to bicycle and pedestrian access will be required. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction. 

Stay Informed

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email:  Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor


Travel Impacts for the Week of Nov. 8


Arapahoe County Public Works and Development and Concrete Express Inc. continue corridor improvements on Iliff Avenue. As part of this improvement project, crews demolished two dilapidated buildings at the northwest corner of Parker Road and Iliff Avenue. Truck hauling operations will take place next week during the day as part of the demolition.

Crews will continue to perform existing roadway, median and sidewalk removals, between Yosemite and Wabash streets. To safely remove the existing median to open the roadway for future widening, crews will conduct daytime single lane closures.

Roadway maintenance operations will begin throughout the corridor and continue intermittently through November. Crews will conduct intermittent short-term lane closures to perform pothole repairs between Quebec Street and Parker Road. 

Travel Impacts

  • 8:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 8, through Friday, Nov. 12 
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on westbound Iliff Avenue from Parker Road (CO 83) to Wabash Street 
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on eastbound Iliff Avenue from Wabash Street to Parker Road (CO 83)

All work is weather-dependent and subject to change. Other third party utility work is also being completed in the area, unaffiliated with this project, requiring various lane closures. 

In the future, travelers can expect daytime and nighttime traffic impacts. Intermittent daytime and nighttime lane closures should be expected. Minor impacts to bicycle and pedestrian access will be required. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction. 

Stay Informed

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email:  Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor

Travel Impacts for the Week of Oct. 31


Arapahoe County Public Works continues improvements, along with contractor partner Concrete Express Inc., on the Iliff Avenue corridor. Crews continue to perform existing roadway, median and sidewalk removals, between Yosemite and Wabash streets. To safely remove the existing median to open the roadway for future widening, crews will conduct daytime single lane closures. 

Crews will also continue to demolish two dilapidated buildings at the northwest corner of Parker Road and Iliff Avenue. Daytime truck haul operations will take place as part of the demolition at Parker Road and Iliff Avenue. Demolition will not impact surrounding businesses, and the work zone is restricted to construction crews only. Crews will also perform pothole repairs between Quebec Street and Parker Road through November. 

Travel Impacts

  • 8:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m., Monday, November 1 through Friday, November 5
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on westbound Iliff Avenue from Parker Road (CO 83) to Wabash Street 
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on eastbound Iliff Avenue from Wabash Street to Parker Road (CO 83)

All work is weather-dependent and subject to change. Other third party utility work is also being completed in the area, unaffiliated with this project, requiring various lane closures. 

In the future, travelers can expect daytime and nighttime traffic impacts. Intermittent daytime and nighttime lane closures should be expected. Minor impacts to bicycle and pedestrian access will be required. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction. 

Stay Informed

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email:  Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor

Travel Impacts for the Week of Oct. 25


Arapahoe County Public Works and Development continues improvements, along with contractor partner Concrete Express Inc., on the Iliff Avenue corridor. 

As part of this  corridor improvement project, crews will demolish two dilapidated buildings next week at the northwest corner of Parker Road and Iliff Avenue. Truck hauling operations will take place as part of the demolition at Parker Road and Iliff Avenue. Demolition activities will not impact surrounding businesses. 

Crews will also continue to perform existing roadway, median and sidewalk removals, between Yosemite and Wabash streets. To safely remove the existing median to open the roadway for future widening, crews will conduct daytime single lane closures. 

  • 8:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 25, through Friday, Oct. 29
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on westbound Iliff Avenue from Parker Road (CO 83) to Wabash Street 
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on eastbound Iliff Avenue from Wabash Street to Parker Road (CO 83)

All work is weather-dependent and subject to change. Other third party utility work is also being completed in the area, unaffiliated with this project, requiring various lane closures. 

In the future, travelers can expect daytime and nighttime traffic impacts. Intermittent daytime and nighttime lane closures should be expected. Minor impacts to bicycle and pedestrian access will be required. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction. 

Stay Informed

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email:  Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor


Travel Impacts for the Week of Oct. 18


Beginning Oct. 18, crews will begin paving temporary detour pavement in preparation to shift traffic and open work areas for new roadway construction. Paving and barrier removal operations will require single lane daytime closures on Parker Road at Iliff Avenue. Crews will also continue to perform existing roadway, median and sidewalk removals, between Yosemite Street and Wabash Street. To safely remove the existing median to open the roadway for future widening, crews will conduct daytime single lane closures.

As part of the liff Avenue corridor improvements, crews will demolish two dilapidated buildings at the northwest corner of Parker Road and Iliff Avenue later this month. Demolition activities will not impact surrounding businesses.

  • 8:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 18, through Wednesday, Oct. 20:
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on westbound Iliff Avenue from Parker Road (CO 83) to Wabash Street
    • Daytime intermittent single lane closures on eastbound Iliff Avenue from Wabash Street to Parker Road (CO 83)
  • 8:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 21, through Saturday, Oct. 23:
    • Daytime right lane closures on southbound Parker Road (CO 83) at Iliff Avenue, in northwest corner of the intersection.

All work is weather-dependent and subject to change.

Third party utility work is also being completed in the area, unaffiliated with this project, requiring various lane closures.

During construction, travelers can expect daytime and nighttime traffic impacts. Intermittent daytime and nighttime lane closures should be expected. Minor impacts to bicycle and pedestrian access will be required. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction.

Stay Informed

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email:  Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor

Travel Impacts for the Week of Oct. 4


liff Avenue corridor improvements progress as Arapahoe County Public Works, along with contractor partner Concrete Express Inc., continue existing roadway, median and sidewalk removals, between South Parker Road (CO 83) and Yosemite Street. To safely remove the existing median to open the roadway for future widening, crews will conduct daytime single lane closures. 

Travel Impacts

  • 8:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 4, through Friday, Oct. 8: 
  • Daytime left lane closures on westbound Iliff Avenue from Parker Road (CO 83) to Yosemite Street 
  • Daytime left lane closures on eastbound Iliff Avenue from Yosemite Street to Parker Road (CO 83)
  • Daytime right lane closures on westbound Iliff Avenue from Emporia Street to Dayton Way 

All work is weather-dependent and subject to change.

Other third-party utility work is also being completed in the area, unaffiliated with this project. 

In the future, travelers can expect daytime and nighttime traffic impacts. Intermittent daytime and nighttime lane closures should be expected. Minor impacts to bicycle and pedestrian access will be required. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction. 

Stay Informed

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email:  Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor

Travel Impacts for the Week of Sept. 27


Iliff Avenue corridor improvements progress as Arapahoe County Public Works, along with contractor partner Concrete Express Inc., continue existing roadway, median and sidewalk removals, between South Parker Road (CO 83) and Yosemite Street. To remove the existing median to open the roadway for future widening, crews will conduct daytime single lane closures Monday, Sept. 27, through Friday, Oct. 1. 

Planned improvements to Iliff Avenue include: four-lane corridor with acceleration and deceleration lanes, intersection safety modifications, bike lane and additional ADA-compliant sidewalk installations, transit stop enhancements, multi-use path/crosswalk improvements, traffic signal optimization with signal detection/ video monitoring and equipment upgrades.

Travel Impacts

  • 8:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m., Monday, Sept. 27, through Friday, Oct. 1
  • Daytime left lane closures on westbound Iliff Avenue from Parker Road (CO 83) to Yosemite St. 
  • Daytime left lane closures on eastbound Iliff Avenue from Yosemite Street to Parker Road (CO 83). 

All work is weather-dependent and subject to change.

Other third-party utility work is also being completed in the area, unaffiliated with this project. 

In the future, travelers can expect daytime and nighttime traffic impacts. Intermittent daytime and nighttime lane closures should be expected. Minor impacts to bicycle and pedestrian access will be required. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction. 

Stay Informed

More information is available at: 
Phone: 720-773-0567
Email:  Iliffave@gmail.com
Project Webpage: www.arapahoegov.com/iliffcorridor


Travel Impacts for the Week of Sept. 19


Arapahoe County Public Works and Development, along with contractor partner Concrete Express Inc., has begun existing roadway and sidewalk removals, earthwork and underground testing outside the active lanes as part of the Iliff Avenue Corridor Improvement Project between South Parker Road (CO 83) and Quebec Street. 

To remove the existing median to open the roadway for future widening, crews will conduct daytime single lane closures Monday, Sept. 19, through Friday, Sept. 24. 

Planned improvements to Iliff Avenue include: four-lane corridor with acceleration and deceleration lanes, intersection safety modifications, bike lane and additional ADA-compliant sidewalk installations, transit stop enhancements, multi-use path/crosswalk improvements, traffic signal optimization with signal detection/ video monitoring and equipment upgrades.

Travel Impacts

  • 8:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 19, through Friday, Sept. 24: 
    • Daytime left lane closures on westbound Iliff Avenue from Emporia Street to the Highline Canal Trail. 
    • Daytime left lane closures on eastbound Iliff Avenue from Dayton Street to Dayton Way. 

All work is weather-dependent and subject to change.

In the future, travelers can expect daytime and nighttime traffic impacts. Intermittent daytime and nighttime lane closures should be expected. Minor impacts to bicycle and pedestrian access will be required. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction. 

Travel Impacts for the Weekend of Sept. 11


Arapahoe County Public Works and Development, along with contractor partner Concrete Express Inc., this week started initial roadway preparations and earthwork outside the active lanes on Iliff Avenue as part of a $25.64 million Iliff Avenue Corridor Improvement Project between South Parker Road (CO 83) and Quebec Street.

To realign traffic lanes on Parker Road and Iliff Avenue and begin work outside the roadway, crews will conduct an intermittent nighttime single lane closure, starting at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11 on southbound Parker Road at Iliff Avenue until 5:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 12.

Planned improvements to Iliff Avenue include: four-lane corridor with acceleration and deceleration lanes, intersection safety modifications, bike lane and additional ADA-compliant sidewalk installations, transit stop enhancements, multi-use path/crosswalk improvements, traffic signal optimization with signal detection/ video monitoring and equipment upgrades.

Travel Impacts

  • Intermittent lane closure on southbound Parker Road at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, at Iliff Avenue until 5:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 12.
  • No traffic impacts from Sept. 3 through Sept. 10.

In the future, travelers can expect daytime and nighttime traffic impacts. Intermittent daytime and nighttime lane closures should be expected. Minor impacts to bicycle and pedestrian access will be required. Access to transit stops will be maintained throughout construction.

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