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.
• 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.
- The citizens of Littleton voted to reinvest TABOR funds into the City’s infrastructure and this intersection was identified as a top candidate.
- This intersection serves as a connection between the Bowles Grove Park trail system and the Mary Carter Greenway Trail along the South Platte River.
- This intersection services over 30,000 daily vehicles along Bowles Avenue and over 16,000 daily vehicles along Federal Boulevard.
- 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.
- This intersection services three RTD bus routes: #29, #36/36L, #59
In 2018, the city issued a survey to collect suggestions and comments for this project. Results are included in the documents below:
An open house was held Friday, June 15 at the Littleton Golf Course Clubhouse. Another open house is planned for 2019; details coming soon.
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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.