Junction Connect

25th and Junction Street Repaving, Restriping and Signage

The City's Multimodal Transportation Plan calls for safety and multimodal improvements along Junction Street as Tier 1, high priority project. As such, a roadway project was identified in 2017 to improved the roadway along 25th and Junction Street from West Second Avenue to the City limits to incorporate traffic calming measures through narrowed travel lanes and the addition of dedicated bike lanes.

View Junction Connect FAQ Sheet (PDF)
View Public Comment Log (PDF) (updated as comments are received)
View Design Plans (PDF)

What's the plan? 

The 25th and Junction Street roadway from West Second Avenue to the City limits will be repaved and restriped with bike lanes and a lane reconfiguration. In addition, Safe Routes to School grant funds were secured in 2017 to install a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) at the W 25th Street and W 2nd Avenue intersection.

Status

A public meeting was held on April 11, 2017 to review the design for a repaving and restriping along Junction Street from West Second Avenue to the City limits. The City milled and repaved the Junction St roadway from W 28th Street to the City limits June 28 to July 7, 2017. Restriping of the roadway along Junction St from W 2nd Avenue to the City limits was complete by the end of July, 2017.

Next Steps

The roadway along W 25th Street from W 3rd Avenue to W 28th Street will be milled and repaved, and then restriped, and a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) will be installed at W 25th Street and W 2nd Avenue

For more information, please call (970) 375-4901 or email Multi Modal Transit.

Updated Junction Street

The updated Junction St roadway as seen on August 21, 2017.

junction street before repaving 1
junction street before repaving 2

Junction St before the repaving and restriping in 2017.

Meeting 1
Meeting 2

A public meeting was held on Tuesday, April 11 for residents and neighbors of the Junction Connect Project.

For more information, please call (970) 375-4901 or email Multimodal Transit.