Travel Planning Made Easier for Highlands Ranch Drivers
County collaborates with CDOT to embed intersection images on COTRIP.ORG site
If you’re one of the thousands of drivers who frequently use major roads within Highlands Ranch and northern Douglas County you now have a new way to evaluate traffic conditions before you travel.
Through a collaboration with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), 33 County intersections have been added to the department’s website. Visit CDOT’s link www.cotrip.org/device.htm, zoom in, and select one of the County’s 33 regularly-updated still cameras in Highlands Ranch and northern Douglas County, as well as 29 CDOT locations along the I-25 and C-470 corridors within Douglas County. Additional locations will likely be added in the near future.
The camera snapshots are updated every 15 minutes, allowing drivers who travel the County’s most frequently-used roadways the ability to scan conditions 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
Highlands Ranch Contracted Roadway Projects
For detailed information on specific projects, please click on the links listed above or below or visit www.cotrip.org
Quebec / Lincoln / University Improvement Project
This is a multi-phase operational and maintenance project that focuses on improvements and approaches to this intersection. The first phase of this Project focused on rebuilding the existing concrete pavement. Approximately 10,000 square yards of existing concrete pavement were replaced. The first phase of construction was completed in Spring 2013. The second phase of the Project will focus on improving the northbound right-turn lane from Quebec Street to Lincoln Avenue and the acceleration lane on EB Lincoln Avenue, widen Lincoln Avenue for future EB lane and fix vertical grade issue that exist on the southeast corner of the intersection.
The roadway improvements for this second phase started in June 2016 and are expected to be completed in the fall of 2016, with irrigation and landscaping completion for the spring of 2017. Future phases fo the project will focus on widening of other legs of the intersection in order to provide for additional capacity improvements. The current temporary barrier located at Dutch Creek Street and Quebec will remain until Phase 2 is completed and the traffic has stabilized at the Lincoln Avenue / Quebec intersection (no sooner than Fall 2016)Final design and ROW have been completed and utility relocation are ongoing. The Improvements started in June and are expected to be completed in the Fall of 2016. Other future phases of the Project will focus on widening of other legs of the intersection in order to provide for additional capacity improvements. The current temporary barrier located at Dutch Creek Street and Quebec will remain there until the Phase 2 project is completed and the traffic has stabilized at the Lincoln Avenue / Quebec intersection (no sooner than Fall 2016).
For further information about removal of barricade, please contact Traffic Engineering at email@example.com
For further information about construction and utility relocation schedule, please contact Dennis Lobberding at QuebecLincoln@douglas.co.us.
2017 Contracted Maintenance Projects
Click on the map below to open the interactive application.
2017 Sidewalk Repair and Handicap Retrofit Project
The 2017 Sidewalk Repair and Handicap Retrofit Project consists of curb, gutter and sidewalk repairs, curb ramp retrofits, and traffic control at various locations throughout Douglas County. Construction began in March and will run through June. The project will repair 20,000 feet of curb and gutter, 25,000 feet of sidewalk, and 725 ramps. If you have any questions please contact Keith Burke at SidewalkRepair@douglas.co.us
2017 Surface Treatment Project
The 2017 Surface Treatment Project consists of crack sealing, slurry sealing, chip sealing, and cape sealing at various locations throughout Douglas County. Crack sealing will occur in the spring and fall; slurry sealing, chip sealing, and cape sealing will be done between Memorial Day and Labor Day. 64 miles of streets throughout Douglas County will be seal coated as part of this project. If you have any questions please contact Brian Schultz at SurfaceTreatment@douglas.co.us
2017 Concrete Pavement Repair Project
The 2017 Concrete Pavement Repair Project in Highlands Ranch consists of concrete pavement joint sealing on Fairview Parkway from Summit View Parkway to Highlands Ranch Parkway. Work includes pavement marking and traffic control. Construction began in April and will be completed in June. If you have any questions please contact Brian Schultz at ConcPavementRepair@douglas.co.us
2017 Asphalt Overlay Project
The 2017 Asphalt Overlay Project consists of asphalt resurfacing, pavement marking and traffic control in various locations throughout Douglas County. Construction is scheduled to begin in June and run through September. 27 miles of streets will be resurfacing as part of this project. If you have any questions please contact Keith Burke at AsphaltOverlay@douglas.co.us
If you have questions about repairing a curb, gutter or sidewalk that is outside of the area on the map, please contact Public Works Operations via the online form.