Presentation on theme: "Congressional District Projects New CD-2 SH 392 Interchange at I-25: — Bridge replacement and widening, will also improve on/off ramps and frontage roads."— Presentation transcript:
Congressional District Projects New CD-2 SH 392 Interchange at I-25: — Bridge replacement and widening, will also improve on/off ramps and frontage roads. This $17.5 millon project is being done in coordination with the town of Windsor and city of Fort Collins, and includes an expanded carpool lot. Scheduled to be complete in the spring of 2013. North I-25 Record of Decision (ROD): — Recently signed the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), for the corridor between North Metro Denver to Fort Collins/Wellington as well as US 85 and US 287. The EIS is the culmination of a decade of cooperative work involving up to 45 agencies/ local govt’s. The Preferred Alternative is estimated to cost $2.18 billion and includes. FHWA and CDOT intend to work toward implementing the Preferred Alternative in its entirety, but due to funding limitations, the Preferred Alternative will need to be constructed in phases over time. I-70 Twin Tunnels : — Conducting Environmental Assessment to widen eastbound bore and add 3 rd lane to Floyd Hill. Estimated completion of EA Fall 2012. Estimated project cost $60 million. Assuming enviro mental clearance (FONSI) project could start as early as Dec 2012, with opening by November 2013. SH 7/Cherryvale: — Safety and operational improvements from Cherryvale Road to 75th Street. Includes new pedestrian improvements and widen of railroad bridge near 75th Street. Projected completion 2014. Cost $18 million. US 36- Phase I: — Reconstructs and widens US 36 between Federal Boulevard and the Interlocken Loop to accommodate a new buffer-separated managed lane in each direction. As part of the reconstruction, the Wadsworth Parkway, Wadsworth Boulevard, and Lowell Boulevard bridges will be replaced. The project will also support Bus Rapid Transit, install commuter bikeway where feasible and implement an appropriate transportation demand management program. $315 million ($54 million-TIFIA Loan; $10 million- TIGER grant; $120 million RTD, Remaining- CDOT, HTPE, Bridge Enterprise, RTD, DRCOG, Local) CDOT has issued a Request for Proposal to three short-listed teams as part of the design-build process. CDOT will receive and review the proposals in February 2012 and will then select a design-build team in March 2012. Construction will begin in the spring of 2012 and the US 36 Express Lanes will open for toll collection by July 1, 2015. US 36- Phase II: Would reconstruct and widen US 36 between the Interlocken Loop and Table Mea/Foothills Parkway near Boulder to extend the managed lanes in each direction of US 36. HPTE currently anticipates issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) relating to the delivery of Phase II in the first quarter of 2012, to be followed by a Request for Proposals (RFP) in the second quarter of 2012. The goal is to open this second phase to traffic by July 2015, the same time as phase I. The HPTE plans on applying for a TIFIA loan for Phase II estimated in the $25-$30 million range. Construction estimated to be $130 million.