Keep up with plans to improve Lincoln Avenue from Park Meadows Drive to Oswego Street during a public meeting March 14 at the Lone Tree Arts Center.
Attend in person or virtually to review the preferred design and provide input. The design is expected to be recommended to advance through the federal National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process. You’ll also have a chance to learn about the Lone Tree Mobility Hub project.
How to attend:
In person from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons Street in Lone Tree.
Virtual presentation (and formal in-room presentation) will begin at 6 p.m. via Zoom.
About the project
The Advancing Lincoln Avenue Project is a priority transportation initiative for Douglas County and the City of Lone Tree. Lincoln Avenue is a vital regional arterial in Douglas County. This stretch of Lincoln Avenue is the gateway to Lone Tree’s City Center and the heart of the City’s most significant existing and planned developments, providing access to:
- Health facilities
- Business centers
- Regional road, transit and trail systems
Providing safe and reliable travel options for all who use the Lincoln Avenue corridor is vital to the community’s success.
The Advancing Lincoln Avenue Project – a partnership among the City of Lone Tree, Douglas County, and other local agencies – began in 2021 with the goal of identifying improvements that balance the needs of local and regional users with a focus on multimodal travel options and long-term growth plans like the City Center development in the southeast quadrant of the Interstate 25 and Lincoln Avenue interchange.
Learn more about the project at AdvancingLincolnAvenue.com