Replace Substandard Bridges, Structures, Signs and Systems
Various bridges, signs, systems and structures are in need of replacement throughout the City of Boulder.
63rd Street has been reopened as of April 2015.
Project Improvements included:
- Replacement of the 63rd Street bridge over Leggett ditch (the lowest-rated bridge structure in Boulder);
- Provide continuous bike lanes in both directions on 63rd Street, from Arapahoe Avenue to Butte Mill Road;
- Add a sidewalk on the west side of 63rd Street;
- Improve street lighting along the corridor; and
- Improve storm drainage and permanent water quality along 63rd Street.
Project has been completed.
Complete the way-finding signage on multi-use paths and other bike routes throughout the city. Extend the bike lane on Pine Street from Folsom to 28 th streets.
Replacement of the 38 year-old irrigation system along Foothills Parkway between the US 36 interchange and Colorado Avenue. The new system was completed in June 2013, uses water more efficiently and requires less maintenance.
Repair the surface of one of the pedestrian overpass bridges over Foothills Parkway.
Repair the wall in the alley adjacent to 625 Pearl St.
Replacing signs throughout the city to meet Federal standards and traffic light bulbs to be more enery efficient.
Replacement of all of the city's traffic signal incandescent lamps with light-emitting diode (LED) lamps. Each LED lamp uses approximately 80 percent less energy than an incandescent lamp.
Noreen Walsh at 303-441-3266 or email@example.com.