If you drive on Hwy 34 between Loveland and Greeley you may have ideas on how to make that stretch of roadway better or safer or in my case, less scary. While not as terrifying as I-25, traffic really zips along on US 34. There are two public meetings coming up that will focus on the future of the corridor and CDOT would like to hear from you.

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The Colorado Department of Transportation will hold two public meetings regarding the Planning and Environmental Linkages study of US 34 on each end of the corridor area .

The meetings are to inform and gather input from the public on the US 34 study and present the alternatives evaluation process.  The study focuses on the US 34 corridor from west of Loveland in Larimer County to the east of Greeley in Weld County.  The outcome of the PEL study will be an implementation plan addressing safety and mobility needs for the US 34 corridor. The plan will identify immediate, mid-term, and long-term projects within the project limits.  

The meetings are:
Nov. 8, at the Colorado Department of Transportation Region 4 building, 10601 W. 10th Street, Greeley from 5-7 pm with a presentation at 5:30 pm.

Nov. 15, at the Best Western (I-25 and US 34) at 5542 E. US Highway 34, Loveland from 4-7 pm with presentations at 4:30 and 6:00 pm.

Maps, displays, and members of the project team will be available at the public meetings. All materials from the meetings will be posted to the US 34 CDOT website at: us34pel.codot.us

For information about other CDOT projects, the public may log on to CDOT’S traveler information web site at www.codot.gov,www.cotrip.org or call 511 from anywhere in the state.

SOURCE: CDOT News Release

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