Based on the concerns expressed by residents at the January 27, 2016 community meeting, city staff has identified the following study problem statement:
Provide a safe environment for all users of the Mineral Avenue corridor between Platte Canyon Road and Polo Ridge Drive.
With this problem statement in mind, the primary goal of the Mineral Avenue Corridor Assessment is to evaluate the current level of safety and operations in order to improve the efficiency and safety for all users of the corridor, including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit operators, cars and service vehicles. The outcome of this study is likely to produce a prioritized list of physical improvements and educational opportunities. Depending upon the magnitude of the improvements, city council may need to review and evaluate against all of the other needs and priorities of the city as part of the city’s annual budget process later this summer and fall.
Secondary goals include providing accessibility for the adjacent City of Littleton neighborhoods, while accommodating efficient flow for all users through the corridor.
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