The I-270 Corridor Improvements project will implement transportation solutions that modernize the I-270 corridor to accommodate transportation demands. The 7-mile-long I-270 corridor serves as an inner beltway for the Denver region, providing a direct connection between I-25 and I-70. It is a corridor of commerce, where the region’s key industry clusters of energy, advanced manufacturing, and logistics companies reside.
The existing I-270 highway infrastructure doesn’t meet local and regional transportation demands. Daily traffic congestion patterns begin on I-270 earlier than any other freeway in Colorado. Several interchanges and bridges were designed more than 50 years ago, and portions of the pavement are sinking above a large, historic landfill. Business growth in the area has produced high volumes of freight traffic reliant on I-270 for access to and through the area.
The entire project could cost upward of $.5 billion. CDOT says it has some funding to do the assessment, planning and engineering.
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