Help CDOT plan for the future of Santa Fe Drive between C-470 and I-25
CDOT is working with several local municipalities to conduct a Planning and Environmental Linkages Study along Santa Fe Drive (US Highway 85) between C-470 and the junction of Alameda Drive and I-25. The study will examine alternatives to address overall congestion on Santa Fe Drive that will aim to serve existing and future needs, and make recommendations to improve safety, traffic operations, travel time, and multi-modal person-trip capacity.
Join CDOT’s self-guided online event from the comfort of your couch on your own time! Learn more about the Santa Fe Drive Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) Study and share your feedback on how we can improve your travel experience along Santa Fe Drive.
Visit the online event anytime between January 18 and February 8 at https://www.codot.gov/projects/santafepel
Did you know?
- From 2016 to 2018, there were 2,282 crashes on Santa Fe Drive between C-470 and I-25
- The percentage of truck traffic to the overall daily volume is approximately 4 times higher than a typical urban highway.
- Travel times during the AM and PM peak hours are up to 40% longer than the travel time to drive the corridor at free flow speeds
For more information about the project or to join the distribution list, visit the project website.
If you need an alternative format for the online event, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-524-8386.