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Colorado Springs releases initial damage list

While Boulder, Estes Park and Lyons were hit harder than Colorado Springs during last week’s floods, the city’s infrastructure received significant damage in certain places. According to a press release from Colorado Springs, initial assessments show extensive damage on Gold Camp Road and Cheyenne Road. Gold Camp and Camp Creek had pond and sidewalk damage… Continue Reading Colorado Springs releases initial damage list

Colorado’s cities and towns are struggling to maintain the infrastructure needed to support basic needs of residents and businesses. That’s the report form the Colorado Municipal League, which shows two-thirds of cities list street maintenance as a major budgetary challenge. Colorado Springs is no exception – the city has a backlog of street and bridge… Continue Reading Colorado cities and towns struggle to maintain infrastructure

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The Colorado Department of Transportation approved its Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan last week, a six-year list of priority projects, but few jobs were listed for Colorado Springs. The plan includes funding outlooks for the expansion of Woodman Road between Powers Boulevard and Interstate 25 and for a study of capacity on Highway 24 between I-25… Continue Reading Few Springs projects on CDOT list

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Transportation masterplan open for comment

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The Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments is seeking public comment on the draft Transportation Improvement Program for fiscal years 2010 to 2017. As the region’s metropolitan planning organization, PPACG is responsible for the development of a regional transportation improvement program. The draft “FY 2010 – FY 2017 TIP” includes details about the 65 transportation projects… Continue Reading Transportation masterplan open for comment

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Budget cuts mean some of the city’s worst roads will remain bad for another year – and potholes? Forget about it. A budget crunch means the City of Colorado Springs will resurface 84 miles of road this year – 69 percent less than last year. The combined 2009 City Streets Division and Pikes Peak Rural… Continue Reading Fewer streets to be repaired and potholes to go unfilled

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