Bowles/Federal Intersection Safety Improvements

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Project Overview

Purpose
Develop a vision for the future configuration of the intersection that addresses the needs of vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists, and bus transit users; and to construct near-term safety enhancements compatible with the vision.

Goals
• Improve safety for bicyclists and pedestrians crossing the intersection, while maintaining adequate traffic operations.
• Analyze alternative improvements to the intersection that could be made in the future, when funding is available.
• Identify interim safety improvements that can be built as a first step toward the future intersection configuration.

Intersection Facts

  1. The citizens of Littleton voted to reinvest TABOR funds into the City’s infrastructure and this intersection was identified as a top candidate.
  2. This intersection serves as a connection between the Bowles Grove Park trail system and the Mary Carter Greenway Trail along the South Platte River.
  3. This intersection services over 30,000 daily vehicles along Bowles Avenue and over 16,000 daily vehicles along Federal Boulevard.
  4. Between April 2013 and March 2018, there have been 108 accidents at the intersection, 3 of which involved a bicyclist. There were no fatalities in this period.
  5. This intersection services three RTD bus routes: #29, #36/36L, #59

Survey

In 2018, the city issued a survey to collect suggestions and comments for this project. Results are included in the documents below:

Evaluation

Open House

An open house was held Friday, June 15 at the Littleton Golf Course Clubhouse. Another open house is planned for 2019; details coming soon.

Intersection Aerials

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Bowles/Federal intersection vicinity

Bowles/Federal intersection close-up

History

In November 2017, voters approved spending $500,000 to make safety improvements to one of the highest accident locations in Littleton. For more information call 303-795-3863.

 

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