As part of a Colorado Department of Transportation regional impact study, Windsor residents and business owners are invited to a public open house Wednesday, March 13, 4 to 6:30 p.m., at the Windsor-Severance Fire Station #1, 100 N. 7th St.
The open house will serve as an opportunity for residents and business owners to learn more about the study and discuss ways CDOT can enhance overall safety, regional connectivity and economic vitality as it relates to the Windsor area.
According to CDOT, options are being researched to improve overall safety and mobility for all modes of transportation along the segment as well as to find ways to enhance access management and regional travel—including truck traffic. The state agency also wants to identify ways to maintain or provide effective connectivity between economic activity centers.
In Windsor, there’s an area where two well-traveled state highways overlap for a mile in the town’s central business district—an area impacted by high pedestrian and bicycle use. The highways are State Highway 257 and Highway 392. New feasible alignments for the two highways may also be considered.
For more information about the Town of Windsor, visit windsorgov.com.