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120th Avenue Connection (Wadsworth/US 36 Interchange) & US 36 Express Lanes Information


CDOT, in partnership with the city and county of Broomfield, proposes to extend 120th Avenue from Wadsworth Parkway, across US 36 to approximately 120th Avenue and Teller Street, including an intersection with US 287. The purpose of the 120th Avenue Connection project is to accommodate existing and forecasted east-west through-traffic, reduce out-of-direction travel, and alleviate traffic congestion. An Environmental Assessment for this project was completed in March 2005, and a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) was approved by the Federal Highway Administration in January 2006. An update to the EA was completed in March 2008. For more information, please clik on any of the following links: 

CDOT - 120th Avenue Connection Information 
120th Avenue Connection Environmental Assessment (EA) March 2005 
120th Avenue Connection Environmental Assessment (EA) Update March 2008 
120th Avenue Connection - Findings of No Significant Impact (FONSI) January 2006 
120th Avenue Connection Newsletters


The EA and FONSI reports are also available by request, please feel free to contact the following Project Manager:
Debra Baskett, Transportation Manager
City and County of Broomfield
One DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 438-6385


State Highway 7 (SH 7) Planned Environmental Linkage (PEL) Study

The SH 7 PEL Study was completed by the Colorado Department of Transportation in February 2014. The study developed and evaluated multimodal (car, bus, bike and walk) improvements to reduce congestion, improve operations, and enhance safety. The segment of SH 7 the report addresses is from US Highway 287 in Lafayette to US Highway 85 in the City of Brighton. For more information, please clik on any of the following links: 

SH 7 PEL Study February 2014
Appendix A SH 7 PEL Corridor Conditions Assessment Report
Appendix B SH 7 FHWA Pel Questionnaire
Appendix C SH 7 Evaluation Results
Appendix D SH 7 Concept Design Plans Cost Estimates
Appendix E SH 7 Agency Coordination