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Foothills Parkway (Diagonal Highway to Valmont Road) Operational Improvements

Foothills Parkway (Diagonal Highway to Valmont Road) Operational Improvements

This road construction project was completed in 2015 and provided a third southbound lane on Foothills Parkway from the Diagonal Highway on-ramp through Valmont Road, reducing congestion and improving safety. The project also installed bike racks and a bench at the Valmont Road/Foothills Parkway bus stop and incorporated raised pedestrian crossings at the northwest and southwest corners of the Valmont Road intersection.

Visit boulderconezones.net for information on other nearby transportation construction projects.

Operational Improvements

Funding

The project had a budget of $750,000 jointly funded by:

  • $600,000 from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA);
  • $75,000 from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT); and
  • $75,000 from the City of Boulder.

This project is part of the regional 2012 - 2017 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

Past Meetings

An open-house meeting was held on Oct. 11, 2012 to provide more information about the project plans and other upcoming improvements in northeast Boulder.

Foothills Parkway Existing Conditions

Foothills Parkway Operational Improvements Project (Before)Foothills Parkway Operational Improvements Project (Before)Foothills Parkway Operational Improvements Project (Before)

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