What is the Northwest Corridor Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) project?
The Northwest Corridor EIS will determine if transportation improvements in the northwest Denver metro area are needed to provide increased mobility and accessibility in the vicinity of U.S. 36 in Broomfield County to the freeway systems in the vicinity of State Highway 58, I-70 or C-470 on the south in Jefferson County. The EIS will identify which improvements, if any, are most effective and desirable. Specifically, the EIS will identify and evaluate transportation improvements that address existing and projected mobility, safety, and congestion in the corridor. The EIS will study and analyze various highway, roadway, transit, bike, and pedestrian alternatives. A “no-action” alternative will also be studied. The study, guided by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), will focus on how proposed improvements would impact community and environmental issues in the corridor. It includes an extensive community involvement process. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in cooperat
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- What is the Northwest Corridor Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) project?