Project NameDescriptionSponsorFunding Category2015 Cost
21st St. Over Bear Creek Bridge RehabilitationReplace existing timber wingwalls with concrete wingwalls and widen to accommodate bike lanes.Colorado SpringsBridge-Off System373000
21ST St. Over Fountain Creek Bridge ReplacementDeteriorated deck - t-girders, substandard sidewalk (west side) and no sidewalk (east side). Replace Bridge and widen to accommodate 2 additional travel lanes, bike lanes, standard sidewalks and construction of Midland Bike Trail underneath.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1939000
21st St. Roadway Improvements: US 24 South to Lower Gold Camp Rd. Widen 21st Street to a four-lane roadway from US 24 south to Lower Gold Camp Road. Construct new sidewalk, curb, gutter and bike lanes as none exist. Project will also address drainage deficiencies as water currently sheet flows off the roadway into curbside ditch or unimproved property.Colorado SpringsPPRTA6600000
23 U.S.C. Section 104 and Section 5303 Metropolitan Transportation PlanningRegional transportation planningPPACGPlanning2192000
26th St. over Fountain Creek Bridge RehabilitationDeck replacement and substandard road section. Project will replace deck, maintain travel lanes, and add bike lanes as they don't currently exist today. Project includes connection to Midland Trail.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro950000
30th St. Corridor Improvements Construct paved shoulders/bike lanes, curb, gutter, pedestrian and intersection improvements from Fontanero St. to Centennial Blvd.Colorado SpringsPPRTA8250000
8th St. Improvements: Motor City Way to Fountain CreekRoadway, pedestrian, bicycle, bridge, and capacity improvements from US 24 south to Lower Gold Camp Rd.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1500000
8th St. Over Fountain Creek Bridge RehabilitatonDeck replacement and substandard road section. Project will replace deck, maintain travel lanes, and add bike lanes as they don't currently exist today. Colorado SpringsPPRTA1566000
Academy Blvd. at Fountain Blvd. Transportation Systems Management and Operations StudyConduct a Preliminary Design/Study at the intersection of Academy Blvd./Fountain Blvd. to determine long-term needs.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro Planning250000
Academy Blvd. widening: Drennan Rd to Hwy 115Expand Academy Blvd. from 4 to 6 lanes from Drennan Rd. to Hwy 115. Design and construct shoulders, improve sight distance with horizontal and vertical improvements, address add turn lanes and intersection improvements where needed. Address drainage and improve bridge structures. El Paso CountySTP-Metro, future RTA54000000
Academy Blvd.: Bijou St. to Airport Rd. Pavement ReconstructionPavement reconstruction Academy Blvd. from Bijou St. to Airport Rd.Colorado SpringsPPRTA3817000
Academy Blvd.: Fountain Blvd. to Milton Proby Pkwy. Pavement ReconstructionPavement reconstruction Academy Blvd. from Fountain to Milton Proby Pkwy.Colorado SpringsPPRTA15200000
Academy Blvd.: Palmer Park Blvd. to Bijou St. Pavement ReconstructionAcademy Blvd. from Palmer Park Blvd. to Bijou St. pavement reconstructionColorado SpringsPPRTA15250000
Academy Boulevard at Portal Drive Intersection ImprovementRe-align Portal Drive to line up with new entrance to Citadel Crossing and remove signal at southern entrance to Citadel Crossing.Colorado SpringsCMAQ, future RTA500000
Academy Blvd. Over Cottonwood Cr. Bridge RehabilitationAcademy Blvd. Bridge was built in 1974, rehabilitation is required since this structure is to narrow for the roadway. This project will also construct a tunnel which will complete the connection of the Cottonwood trail. Colorado SpringsPPRTA1280000
Academy over Platte Ave. Deck ReplacementDeck replacement and substandard road section. Project will replace deck, maintain travel lanes, and add bike facilities as recommended in the South Academy study.Colorado SpringsLocal NHS Maint.6175000
Academy over Sand Creek Bridge RehabilitationRestore the structural integrity and correct major defects. Provide a connection on the west side of the bridge to the Sand Creek Trail.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro Bridge9693000
ADA-Paratransit Bus System Vehicle ReplacementProject to replace existing fleet of ADA Paratransit buses to maintain 2011 service levels. PPRTA budget costs are the local 20% match for Federal funding to acquire the vehicles.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1400000
ADA-Paratransit Vehicle Purchase (Fleet Expansion)Project to expand existing fleet of ADA Paratransit buses to provide additional service for the region. PPRTA budget costs are the local 20% match for Federal funding to acquire the vehicles.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1400000
Advanced Traffic Detection: Major Corridors in Colorado SpringsInstall advanced traffic detection system at about 77 intersections on Woodmen Rd., Rockrimmon Blvd., Centennial Blvd., Murray Blvd., Chelton Rd., Palmer Park Blvd., Uintah St., Fillmore St. and Fontanero St.Colorado SpringsCMAQ, STP-Metro1317079
Airport Rd. Over Spring Cr. Bridge ReplacementSubstandard road section and undersized. Project will increase bridge capacity, maintain travel lanes, and add sidewalks and bike lanes as they don't currently exist today.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1584000
Airport over Sand Creek Bridge RehabilitationRestore the structural integrity and correct major defects. Construct Sand Creek Trail underneath the bridge while maintaining access to Airport Road bike lanes.Colorado SpringsBridge-Off System, Local NHS Maint., STP-Metro4243000
Airport Rd. Bicycle Lanes: Chelton to MurrayWiden Airport Road to accommodate bike lanes between Chelton Rd. and Murray Blvd., maintain 4 lanes, auxillary lane improvements, curb, gutter, sidewalk and drainage improvements.Colorado SpringsTAP1500000
American Discovery Trail ConnectionTen-foot paved trail with Fountain Creek bridge/crossing from the US 24 underpass along Laura Lane to Fountain Creek and across the creek to the American Discovery Trail.Woodland ParkTAP80000
Arnold Ave. Bridge ReplacementReplace the bridge on Arnold Ave. 0.2 miles west of Mitchell Avenue.El Paso CountySTP-Metro Bridge404220
Astrozon Blvd. over Peterson Channel Bridge ReplacementSubstandard and undersized road section. Project will increase bridge capacity, maintain travel lanes, and add sidewalks and bike lanes as they don't currently exist today.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro1272000
Austin Bluffs Pkwy. Roadway Improvements: Meadow Ridge Dr. to Woodmen Rd.Widen Austin Bluffs from two lanes to four lanes for the length of this project. This would require intersection improvements at both Austin Bluffs Pkwy. and Meadow Ridge Dr. and a second bridge over Cottonwood Creek. A trail connection between the trails and sidewalks in this area is included in this project.Colorado SpringsPPRTA5500000
Austin Bluffs Pkwy./Nevada Ave. ImprovementsWiden Nevada Ave. from 4-lanes to 6-lanes from Garden of the Gods Rd./Austin Bluffs Pkwy. intersection north to existing six lane section. Intersection capacity improvements, pedestrian, bike and drainage improvements including curb and gutter.Colorado Springsfuture RTA1500000
B St. at Crestridge Ave.Traffic signal replacement and intersection reconstruction/safety improvement. Replace signal equipment, auxiliary lane improvements, drainage improvements and pedestrian improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA750000
Banning Lewis Pkwy.Construct new 4-lane expressway from Bradley Rd. to Woodmen Rd. and new 4-lane principal arterial from Woodmen Rd to Briargate Pkwy./Stapleton Rd.PRIVATEPrivate207000000
Banning Lewis Ranch RoadsConstruct new 4-lane principal arterials within the Banning Lewis Ranch.PRIVATEPrivate100000000
Barnes Rd. ExtensionExtend as principal arterial from Marksheffel Rd to US 24.PRIVATEPrivate13600000
Barnes Rd. Roadway Improvements: Solar Ridge Dr. to Powers Blvd.Widen Barnes Rd. from Powers Blvd. west to Jeffrey Rd. to a four lane cross-section between Rio Vista Dr. and Jeffrey Rd. and a six lane cross-section between Rio Vista Dr. and Powers Blvd.Colorado SpringsPPRTA2420000
Beacon Lite Rd.: Hwy 105 to County Line Rd. Sight distance with horizontal and vertical improvements, surface paving (existing gravel portion), shoulders, multimodal improvements, drainage and intersection capacity improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA4361000
Beacon Lite Rd. SidewalksConstruct 1,700 feet of sidewalk on Beacon Lite Rd. from SH 105 north.MonumentSTP-Metro40000
Belvedere Ave. Widening Phase IWidening of Belvedere Ave.Green Mountain FallsPPRTA222000
BELVEDERE AVE. WIDENING PH IIWidening of Belvedere Ave.Green Mountain FallsPPRTA28000
Black Forest Rd. Culvert ReplacementsReplace two culverts on Black Forest Road 0.6 mi north of Shoup Road. El Paso CountySTP-Metro470000
Black Forest Rd. ExtensionExtend from Woodmen Rd. to Dublin Blvd.PRIVATEPrivate4995000
Black Forest Rd. WideningWiden to a 6-lane principal arterial from Woodmen Rd. to Briargate Pkwy.PRIVATEPrivate3330000
Black Forest Rd. Roadway Improvements: Woodmen Rd. to Research Pkwy.Widen Black Forest Rd. to a four lane principal arterial cross-section from Woodmen Rd. to Research Pkwy. extension, including a new bridge over Cottonwood Creek.Colorado Springs, El Paso CountyPPRTA12400000
Black Forest Rd.: Research Pkwy. to Wildridge Rd.Bring roadway to current two lane arterial standards, sight distance, horizontal and vertical improvements, shoulders, drainage and intersection improvements, auxiliary lane improvements, multimodal improvementsEl Paso CountyPPRTA15768000
Black Forest Rd.: Old Ranch Rd. to Research Blvd.Expand 2-lane minor arterial to a 4-lane major arterial.PRIVATEPrivate3494000
Black Forest Road Improvements: Woodmen Rd. to Hodgen Rd.From Woodmen Rd. to Research Pkwy., design and construct capacity improvements by adding two lanes, mobility, safety, geometric, and bridge improvements over Cottonwood Creek. From Research Pkwy. to Hodgen Rd., resurface and maintain the road segments. Design and construct shoulders for multimodal accesses and safety by bringing the road to minor arterial standards. Address the higher accident rates by improving sight distance with horizontal and vertical improvements, surface paving, shoulders, drainage, turn lanes and intersection improvements where needed. El Paso CountySTP-Metro, PPRTA41200000
Bradley Rd. at Hancock and Main St.Traffic signal replacement and intersection reconstruction/safety improvement at the Bradley Rd. and Hancock Expwy./Main St. intersection. Replace signal equipment, auxiliary lane improvements, drainage improvements and pedestrian improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA750000
Briargate Pkwy./Stapleton Rd. ConnectionDesign and build a 4-lane principal arterial from Black Forest Rd. to the west to Curtis Rd. This road will become a major east/west connection on the north side of the city and will connect I-25 to US 24. Make all needed connections with existing road segments and include multimodal access and proper drainage. New four lane sections include from Curtis Rd. to US 24, Towner Ave. to existing terminus west of Keating Dr., Tomahawk Trail to Black Forest Rd. Where two lanes exist, the project will add two lanes. El Paso CountySTP-Metro, PPRTA47000000
Bridge Rehabilitation/ReplacementBridge repair in Green Mountain FallsGreen Mountain FallsPPRTA122000
Cache La Poudre Over Monument Creek Bridge RehabilitationCache LaPoudre Bridge was built in 1940 and has a deteriorated deck requiring replacement.Colorado SpringsPPRTA2927000
Canon Ave. and Park Ave. Pedestrian and Drainage ImprovementsProject provides for sidewalk, curb/gutter, crosswalk, street lighting, and undergrounding of electricity, telephone and cable lines on Canon Ave. from its intersection with Manitou Ave. to Grand Ave. and Park Ave. from Canon Ave. to Manitou Ave. Leveraging of private development funds associated with undergrounding of utilities, pedestrian and drainage improvements along 36 Park Ave. are planned as part of the Cliff House West development. Project costs include plans/specs and bid document creation and construction administration services. Project area approximately 974 LF (Canon Ave.) and 557 LF (Park Ave.) - 1,531 LF totalManitou SpringsPPRTA, TAP3227592
Capital Improvements and Planning Efforts USC Section 5307Capital cost of contracting, preventive maintenance, vehicle acquisition, ADA operating assistance, ITS, security, planning, capital upgrades, and ADA enhancements.Colorado SpringsMMT Transit20076078
Cascade Ave. Over Cheyenne Run Bridge ReplacementCascade Bridge is a concrete arch built in 1925. The bridge is to narrow for the roadway and has deteriorated concrete and hydraulic issuesColorado SpringsPPRTA165000
CDOT Maintenance and OperationsMaintenance and operations for facilities in the Pikes Peak region.CDOTMaintenance178308459
Centennial Blvd. Extension: Fillmore St. to Fontanero St.Construct the 4-lane minor arterial extension from Fillmore St. to I-25. Include bike lanes, pedestrian facilities with pedestrian access to Sonderman Park from Mesa Springs neighborhood. Include noise walls/berms adequate to shield Sonderman Park and Mesa Springs Neighborhood from excessive noise per the Intermodel Transportation Plan.Colorado SpringsPPRTA10450000
Centennial Blvd.: Garden of the Gods Rd. to Fillmore St. Pavement ReconstructionPavement reconstruction of Centennial Blvd. from Garden of the Gods Pkwy. to Fillmore St.Colorado SpringsPPRTA8065000
Chamberlin South ImprovementsPavement reconstruction, drainage and intersection improvements, and pedestrian improvements El Paso CountyPPRTA269000
Chapel Hills Transfer Station UpgradeProject to upgrade existing Chapel Hills transfer station location to support existing service levels. PPRTA budget costs are the local 20% match for Federal funding to complete the project.Colorado SpringsPPRTA160000
Charter Oak Ranch RoadDesign and reconstruction of Charter Oak Ranch Rd. from I-25 to Fort Carson Gate 19El Paso CountyTiger VI, Defense Access15000000
Chestnut St. Over Douglas Creek Bridge ReplacementChestnut Bridge is a corrugated metal pipe built in 1970, replacement is needed since this structure type only has a 40-50 year service life. This structure is undersized hydraulically. Colorado SpringsPPRTA1800000
Cheyenne Canyon Rd. Bridge ReplacementsPlan, design and replace the three existing bridges over North Cheyenne Creek beginning 1.1 miles west of Evans Ave.. Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro Bridge2368440
Cimarron St. Over Fountain Creek Bridge ReplacementRestore structural integrity and correct major defects. Provide a connection on the north side of the bridge to the Pikes Peak Greenway and the Midland Trail.Colorado SpringsPPRTA7878000
Circle Dr. East Bound Over Fountain Creek Bridge RehabilitationCircle Dr. east bound bridge was built in 1963 and has a deteriorated deck and rail requiring a deck replacement. Phase 1 of the rehabilitation is complete on the sub structure.Colorado SpringsPPRTA3300000
Circle Dr. East Bound Over Hancock Expwy. Bridge RehabilitationCircle Dr. east bound bridge was built in 1963 and has a deteriorated deck and rail requiring a deck replacement. Phase 1 of the rehabilitation is complete on the sub structure.Colorado SpringsPPRTA3300000
Circle Dr. West Bound Over Fountain Creek Bridge RehabilitationCircle Dr. west bound bridge was built in 1963 and has a deteriorated deck and rail requiring a deck replacement. Phase 1 of the rehabilitation is complete on the sub structure.Colorado SpringsPPRTA3300000
Circle Dr. West Bound Over Hancock Expwy. Bridge RehabilitationCircle Dr. west bound bridge was built in 1963 and has a deteriorated deck and rail requiring a deck replacement. Phase 1 of the rehabilitation is complete on the sub structure.Colorado SpringsPPRTA3300000
Citadel Transfer Station ReplacementProject to replace existing Citadel Transfer Station to support existing service levels. PPRTA budget costs are the local 20% match for Federal funding to complete the project.Colorado SpringsPPRTA2000000
Colorado Springs Citywide Congestion and Incident Management Signal Improvement Phase IImplement citywide/regionwide Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) to improve traffic operations, coordinate systems and improve safety. Improvements may include monitoring systems; hardware and software; message systems; metering; communication infrastructure, specialized equipment and staff. Colorado SpringsPPRTA3027000
Colorado Springs Citywide Congestion and Incident Management Signal Improvement Phase IIImplement citywide/regionwide Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) to improve traffic operations, coordinate systems and improve safety. Improvements may include monitoring systems; hardware and software; message systems; metering; communication infrastructure, specialized equipment and staff. Colorado SpringsPPRTA1009000
Colorado Springs Citywide Intersection Improvements Phase IOver a 10 year period upgrade approximately 10 congested intersections throughout the city to reduce traffic delay, add Roadway capacity, remove traffic bottlenecks, enhance transit operations and/or improve non-motorized transportation facilities. This program will target intersections such as Platte Ave./Murray Blvd., S. Nevada Ave./Cheyenne Rd./Southgate Rd., N. Nevada Ave./Garden of the Gods Rd./Austin Bluffs Pkwy., Briargate Pkwy./Voyager Pkwy., Academy Blvd./Fountain Blvd. and Powers Blvd./Constitution Ave. Colorado SpringsPPRTA6171000
Colorado Springs Citywide Intersection Improvements Phase IIOver a 10 year period upgrade approximately 10 congested intersections throughout the city to reduce traffic delay, add roadway capacity, remove traffic bottlenecks, enhance transit operations and/or improve non-motorized transportation facilities. This program will target intersections such as Platte Ave./Murray Blvd., S. Nevada Ave./Cheyenne Rd. /Southgate Rd., N. Nevada Ave./Garden of the Gods Rd./Austin Bluffs Pkwy., Briargate Pkwy./Voyager Pkwy., Academy Blvd./Fountain Blvd. and Powers Blvd./Constitution Ave. Colorado SpringsPPRTA1900000
Colorado Springs Citywide On-stree Bikeway Improvements Phase IRestripe and/or sign existing roadways or make needed capital improvements to create new or enhanced on-Street bicycle lanes, bicycle routes, paved shoulders, connectivity improvements between on and off street bicycle facilities, and related bicycle infrastructure and enhancements projects citywide.  Projects will stem from the City’s current Intermodal Transportation Plan, Bicycle/Trails Plan and other related plans or policies.Colorado SpringsPPRTA3027000
Colorado Springs Citywide On-stree Bikeway Improvements Phase IIRestripe and/or sign existing roadways or make needed capital improvements to create new or enhanced on-Street bicycle lanes, bicycle routes, paved shoulders, connectivity improvements between on and off street bicycle facilities, and related bicycle infrastructure and enhancements projects citywide.  Projects will stem from the City’s current Intermodal Transportation Plan, Bicycle/Trails Plan and other related plans or policies.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1009000
Colorado Springs Citywide Pedestrian Transportation Improvements Phase IConstruction of new or capital reconstruction of ADA accessible sidewalks and ramps, crossing improvements, safety enhancements, etc. for improved pedestrian mobility and accessibility along high activity corridors like arterial and collector St., transit routes, and to serve important community origins/destinations.  Colorado SpringsPPRTA5153000
Colorado Springs Citywide Pedestrian Transportation Improvements Phase IIConstruction of new or capital reconstruction of ADA accessible sidewalks and ramps, crossing improvements, safety enhancements, etc. for improved pedestrian mobility and accessibility along high activity corridors like arterial and collector streets., transit routes, and to serve important community origins/destinations.  Colorado SpringsPPRTA2918000
Colorado Springs Citywide Roadway Safety, Traffic Operations, and Maintenance Phase IInstall infrastructure such as guard rail; construct/reconstruct medians and intersection to improve capacity; and install traffic control devices where warranted to improve traffic operations and safety. Purchase and install impact attenuators at locations where fixed hazards cannot be moved.Colorado SpringsPPRTA8108000
Colorado Springs Citywide Roadway Safety, Traffic Operations, and Maintenance Phase IIInstall infrastructure such as guard rail; construct/reconstruct medians and intersection to improve capacity; and install traffic control devices where warranted to improve traffic operations and safety. Purchase and install impact attenuators at locations where fixed hazards cannot be moved.Colorado SpringsPPRTA5093000
Colorado Springs Citywide School and Neighborhood Pedestrian Improvements Phase IConstruction or capital reconstruction of ADA accessible sidewalks and  ramps, crossing improvements, safety enhancements, etc. for improved pedestrian mobility, accessibility and safety to enhance safe routes to school, parks/trails/open spaces, and other high priority neighborhood destinations.  Staff is currently identifying specific capital school walk route and crossing needs for the 135 schools in the City, which include over 1000 crossing locations (dozens of very small, small and medium scale projects citywide). Colorado SpringsPPRTA3027000
Colorado Springs Citywide School and Neighborhood Pedestrian Improvements Phase IIConstruction or capital reconstruction of ADA accessible sidewalks and  ramps, crossing improvements, safety enhancements, etc. for improved pedestrian mobility, accessibility and safety to enhance safe routes to school, parks/trails/open spaces, and other high priority neighborhood destinations.  Staff is currently identifying specific capital school walk route and crossing needs for the 135 schools in the City, which include over 1000 crossing locations (dozens of very small, small and medium scale projects citywide). Colorado SpringsPPRTA1009000
Colorado Springs Citywide Traffic Signal System UpgradeDesign and reconstruct dilapidated traffic signal systems at 60 locations across the city. Colorado SpringsPPRTA14983000
Companion Drainage Improvements for Roadway ProjectsCorrect drainage problems, such as broken culverts on pavement reconstruction projects that were not identified in the original cost estimate.Colorado SpringsPPRTA2690000
Constitution Ave. Extension: Academy Blvd. to I-25/Fontanero St. InterchangeReconstruct/extend as a four-lane parkway from Academy Blvd. to I-25 at the Fontanero St. Interchange.Colorado SpringsLocal295000000
Cottonwood Trail Corridor ImprovementsConstruct 12' concrete Tier 1 trail segments, crossing improvements (at-grade and grade separated), drainage improvements, connectivity enhancements, signage/related amenitiesColorado SpringsPPRTA600000
CreekWalk Trail – Schryver Park to Manitou Ave./Park Ave. Intersection - Phases III through VIIContinuation of CreekWalk Trail from completed phases at Schryver Park west to intersection of Park and Manitou Avenues to allow connection with Ute Indian Trail. (Note that CreekWalk Trail alignment west of Park Ave. is on Manitou Ave. and included in the Manitou Ave. West End Pedestrian and Drainage Improvements). Project costs include plans/specs and bid document creation and construction administration services. Project area is approximately 6,800 LF.Manitou SpringsTAP2056769
Deer Creek Rd.: Monument Hill Rd. to Woodmoor Dr., Base Camp Rd. and Emigrant Trail E.road rehabilitation, shoulder improvements, pedestrian improvementsEl Paso CountyPPRTA200000
Downtown Monument SidewalksInstallation of about 9600 ft. of 5' wide concrete sidewalk, curb and gutter in the downtown areaMonumentSTP-Metro, TAP316104
Drennan Rd. Over Jimmy Camp Creek Bridge ReplacementLoad posted DT girder, substructure and deck issues. Construct new bridge meeting standards to include curb, gutter, sidewalk and bike lanes.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1593000
Dublin Rd. Extension: Peterson Rd. to Marksheffel Rd.Widen Dublin Rd. to a 4-lane roadway to include curb, gutter, bike lanes, sidewalks and signalization.Colorado SpringsPPRTA3619000
Dublin Rd. Improvements: Bridle Pass Way to Powers Blvd.Construct the north half of Dublin Blvd. from Bridal Pass Way to Powers Blvd.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1540000
Dublin Blvd. Extension: Vista del Pico Blvd. to US 24Extend as a principal arterial from Vista del Pico Blvd. to US 24. Include on-street bike lanes per City of Colorado Springs' Intermodal Transportation Plan. PRIVATEPrivate9101000
East Manitou Ave. Pedestrian and Drainage ImprovementsProject provides for sidewalk, curb/gutter, crosswalk, storm drainage, street lighting, and landscaping improvements, and undergrounding of electricity, telephone and cable lines on Manitou Ave. from intersection with El Paso Blvd. to overpass of US 24 Bypass. Project costs also include traffic circle at Manitou Ave./El Paso Blvd. intersection, plans/specs and bid document creation and construction administration services. Project area approximately 5,005 LF total.Manitou SpringsPPRTA, future RTA13200000
Eastonville Rd.: Mclaughlin Rd. to Latigo Blvd.Bring arterial roadway to current standards, sight distance, horizontal and vertical improvements, surface paving (existing gravel areas), shoulders, drainage and intersection improvements, auxiliary lane improvements, multimodal improvementsEl Paso CountyPPRTA8525000
Eastonville Rd. South Improvements: Meridian Ranch Rd. to Londonderry Dr.Improve the chip seal to asphalt from Meridian Ranch Rd. to Londonderry Dr. and widen the road to provide paved shoulders and sidewalk to the school. Add curb and gutter to manage stormwater. Maintain the bridge structures along this stretch. El Paso CountyPPRTA6000000
Elbert Road Bridge RehabilitationReplace decking and surface of bridge over Black Squirrel Creek 0.4 miles north of Latigo Drive.El Paso CountySTP-Metro373152
El Paso St. Bridge Over Fountain Creek Tributary ReplacementEl Paso St. Bridge was built in 1939 and has a deteriorated deck and lacks adequate vertical and horizontal clearances.Colorado SpringsPPRTA457000
El Paso St. Over Platte Ave. Bridge RehabilitationEl Paso St. Bridge was built in 1939 and has a deteriorated deck and lacks adequate vertical and horizontal clearances. Deteriorated Deck, 70% delaminated (2010). Rehabilitate bridge to city standards.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1210000
Emergency Bridge FundTo provide program funds for bridge reconstruction or rehabilitation based on unidentified or unexpected structural problems. An example would be a semi-truck hitting the pier of the bridge causing severe structural damage to the bridge.Colorado SpringsPPRTA5381000
Enchanged Cir. Over Sand Creek Tributary Bridge ReplacementEnchanted Cir. Bridge is a concrete pipe. Replacement due to failures along the crown of the pipe, this structure has steel plates temporally bridging the culvert.Colorado SpringsPPRTA300000
Environmental Mitigations for Transportation ProjectsPermanent water quality improvements and other environmental mitigations at various corridor locationsCDOT CDOT operations3000000
Fascination Cir. Over Sand Creek Tributary Bridge ReplacementFascination Cir. Bridge is a concrete pipe. Replacement due to failures along the crown of the pipe, this structure has steel plates temporally bridging the culvert.Colorado SpringsPPRTA110000
Fillmore St. Corridor East of I-25Widen Fillmore St. to 6 lanes from I-25 east across Monument Creek to Nevada Ave. including bike lanes and missing sidewalk.Colorado SpringsLocal27500000
Fillmore St. over Monument Creek Bridge RehabilitationDeteriorated deck, substructure issues. Rehabilitate bridge and widen to include additional travel lanes, bike lanes and sidewalk. Includes connection to Pikes Peak Greenway Trail.Colorado SpringsLocal NHS Maint.6500000
Fillmore St. over UPRR Bridge RehabilitationBridge is substandard. Widen to accommodate 6 travel lanes, bike lanes, and sidewalks.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro2700000
Fixed-Route Bus System Vehicle ReplacementProject to replace existing fleet of local fixed-route buses to maintain 2011 service levels. PPRTA budget costs are the local 20% match for Federal funding to acquire the vehicles.Colorado SpringsPPRTA4700000
Fixed-Route Vehicles Purchase (Fleet Expansion)Project to expand existing fleet of local fixed-route buses to provide additional service for the region. PPRTA budget costs are the local 20% match for Federal funding to acquire the vehicles.Colorado SpringsPPRTA4700000
Fontaine Blvd ExtensionConstruct a 4-lane principal arterial from Marksheffel Rd. to Meridian Rd.PRIVATEPrivate11000000
Fontaine Blvd. at Grinnel St.Traffic signal replacement and intersection reconstruction/safety improvement. Replace signal equipment, auxiliary lane improvements, drainage improvements and pedestrian improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA750000
Fontaine Blvd. at Security Blvd./Widefield Blvd.Traffic signal replacement and intersection reconstruction/safety improvement. Replace signal equipment, auxiliary lane improvements, drainage improvements and pedestrian improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA1250000
Fontaine Blvd. Improvements: Easy St. to Marksheffel Rd.Upgrade and maintain Fontaine Blvd. from Easy St. to Marksheffel Rd. to principle arterial standards. Resurface and maintain the road segments. Design and construct shoulders, improve sight distance with horizontal and vertical improvements, address drainage, add turn lanes and intersection improvements where needed. Address the high accident rates at Fontaine Blvd. and Powers Blvd.. Include sidewalks and other multimodal access needs. El Paso Countyfuture RTA, TAP17500000
Fontaine Blvd.: Grinnell St. to Powers Blvd.Resurface and maintain the road segments, shoulder improvements, pedestrian improvements, improve sight distance, drainage, turn lanes and intersection improvements where needed. El Paso CountyPPRTA10011000
Fontaine Blvd. SidewalksConstruct new sidewalks and curb cuts in existing sidewalks from East St. to Kokomo St.El Paso CountyCMAQ, CDBG, TAP882624
Fontanero over Camp Creek Bridge ReplacementDeteriorating steel arch culvert, undersized. Construct new bridge to accommodate flows, improve trail crossing, and construct bike and pedestrian facilities.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro1639000
Fountain Creek Regional Trail (#16) ConstructionTrail Name: Fountain Creek Regional Trail (#16)El Paso CountyTAP4000000
District: South District
Trail Length: 169,488 feet, 32.10 miles
Completed: 51,156 feet, 9.69 miles
Remaining: 118,332 feet, 22.41 miles
Summary: Starting along Fountain Creek at the El Pomar Youth Sports Complex in Colorado
Springs, the trail continues south through the Fountain Creek Regional Park. The trail is
proposed to continue south, along Fountain Creek, through the Christian Open Space to
Clear Spring Ranch. The trail will then continue along Fountain Creek to the Pueblo
County line. This trail is a component of the Front Range Trail (FRT). The FRT is a northsouth
multi‐use trail planned to cross the entire state along the Front Range. Currently,
5.42 miles of the trail is completed from the City of Colorado Springs to Fountain Creek
Regional Park and 4.27 miles of the trail is completed in Clear Spring Ranch.
Fountain Creek Regional Trail Extension Through Downtown FountainExtend as a paved trail from Fountain Creek Regional Park – Hanson Park Trail Head southerly through downtown Fountain to the Adams Open Space Trail adjacent to the Fountain Public Library. Project listed as F-B2 on PPACG Non-Motorized Financially Constrained Transportation Plan. This is an alternative Downtown Area Trail Connection Alignment generally following the southwesterly side of Fountain Creek from the Jimmy Camp Creek Confluence, crossing the BNSF Railroad Tracks, through El Paso County Christian Open Space and then following Crest Dr./Bandley Dr. to the existing Hanson Trail Head/Fountain Creek Trail Bridge Crossing)FountainTAP1078725
Fountain Creek Trail Bridge RepairBridge abutments on the south side of Fountain Creek Regional Park, damaged by recent flooding, will be replaced.El Paso CountySTP-Metro438441
Fountain Mesa Rd.: Caballero Ave. to Fontaine Blvd. ImprovementsResurface and maintain the road segments, shoulders improvements, pedestrian improvements, improve sight distance, drainage, turn lanes and intersection improvements where needed. El Paso CountyPPRTA1619000
Fountain Blvd. over Shooks Run Bridge ReplacementDeteriorating condition, undersized. Replace bridge to accommodate flows, right size bridge for roadway, provide pedestrian and bike connection from Fountain Blvd. to Shooks Run Trail.Colorado SpringsBridge-Off System5087000
Fountain over Spring Creek Rehabilitation Deteriorating deck. Rehabilitate bridge to repair deck.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro961000
Ft. Carson/PPCC Transfer Station UpgradeProject to upgrade existing Fort Carson/PPCC Transfer Station to support existing service levels. PPRTA budget costs are the local 20% match for Federal funding to complete the project.Colorado SpringsPPRTA700000
Galley Rd. Over Sand Creek Bridge ReplacementGalley Rd. Bridge was built in 1965, replacement is needed since this bridge is too narrow for the roadway and is hydraulically inadequate.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1936000
Garden of the Gods Rd. over S. Douglas Creek Bridge Rehabilitation Construct taller headwall to manage overtopping issue currently experienced by bridge.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro150000
Garrett Rd. Upgrade: US 24 to Curtis Rd.Upgrade Garrett Rd. from US 24 to Curtis Rd. from a collector to a minor arterial. Resurface and maintain the road segments. Design and construct shoulders, improve sight distance with horizontal and vertical improvements, address drainage, add turn lanes and intersection improvements where needed. El Paso Countyfuture RTA14350000
Gateway Rd. Over Camp Creek Bridge ReplacementGateway Rd. Bridge was built in 1950, the bridge is too narrow for the roadway and is hydraulically inadequateColorado SpringsPPRTA274000
Gleneagle Dr. and Struthers Rd. RoundaboutTo improve safety and traffic efficiency, design and construct a roundabout at the intersection of these two collector streets, address multimodal access, poor alignments and drainage. El Paso CountySTP-Metro Congestion Manage.1500000
Grinnell Blvd.: Bradley Rd. to Powers Blvd.Design and construct upgrades to this higher accident rate road segment on Grinnell Blvd. from Powers Blvd. to Bradley Rd. by expanding lanes from 2 to 4. Improve safety at higher accident rate intersections including Powers Blvd., Bradley Rd. and Fontaine Blvd. Design and construct shoulders, improve sight distance with horizontal and vertical improvements, address drainage, add turn lanes and other needed intersection improvements. Add a regional trail on the east side of Grinnell Blvd. for multimodal access. El Paso CountyPPRTA2614000
Hancock Expwy. CorridorUpgrade to include the construction of center medians and modifications to geometry between Union Blvd. and Fountain Blvd.Colorado SpringsLocal899000
Hancock Expwy. East Bound Over Spring Creek Bridge RehabilitationDeteriorating deck. Rehabilitate deck.Colorado SpringsBridge-Off System710000
Hancock Expwy. Realignment: Clarendon Dr. to Chelton Rd.Construct street and drainage improvements by extending Chelton Rd. south to Drennan Rd. and realigning Hancock Expressway east from Monica Dr./Claredon Dr. to new Chelton Rd. Colorado SpringsPPRTA6600000
Hancock Expwy. at Clearview Dr./Yucatan Dr.Traffic signal replacement and intersection reconstruction/safety improvement. Replace signal equipment, auxiliary lane improvements, drainage improvements and pedestrian improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA750000
Hancock Expwy. West Bound Over Spring Creek Bridge RehabilitationDeteriorating deck. Rehabilitate bridge deck.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro710000
Historic Bridges Repair and RestorationThis project proposes the repair and restoration of the following 12 historic stone bridges and associated retaining walls as listed in the 2008 "Historic Structures Assessment Report for City of Manitou Springs' Historic Stone Bridges and Retaining Walls": Soda Springs Park Bridge (#3 - $12,030), Spa Building West Bridge (#4 - $13,130), Spa Building East/Patsy’s Candy Bridge (#5 - $6,880), El Paso Boulevard Bridge (#7 - $12,560), Old Man’s Trail Bridge (#8 - $18,390), Mayfair Ave. Bridge (#9 - $23,130), Iron Springs Chateau Bridge (#11 - $16,140), Ruxton Ave./Winter St. Bridge (#12 - $5,620), Ruxton Ave. Bridge (#14 - $7,450), Brook St. Bridge (#15 - $32,370), Church St. Bridge (#17 - $27,110), and Capitol Hill Ave. Bridge (#18 - $18,740). Project costs to include plans/specs and bid document creation and construction administration services.Manitou SpringsSTP-Metro196000
Hodgen Rd.: Black Forest Rd. to Eastonville Rd.Bring roadway to current two lane arterial standards, sight distance, horizontal and vertical improvements, surface paving (existing gravel areas), shoulders, drainage and intersection improvements, auxiliary lane improvements, multimodal improvements, bridge replacementEl Paso CountyPPRTA11095000
Hodgen Rd. Improvements: Black Forest Rd. to Meridian Rd. and from Eastonville Rd. to Elbert Rd.Resurface and maintain Hodgen Rd. from Black Forest Rd. to Bar X Rd., from Goshawk Rd. to Meridian Rd. and improve safety by design and construct shoulders, improving sight distance with horizontal and vertical improvements, addressing drainage, adding turn lanes and intersection improvements where needed. Design and construct a two lane road extension from Eastonville Rd. to Elbert Rd. El Paso Countyfuture RTA22500000
Hwy 105 Improvements: Lake Woodmoor Dr. to SH 83Design and construct upgrades on Hwy 105 from Lake Woodmoor Dr. to SH 83 from 2 to 4 lanes and improve sight distance and intersections where needed. From SH 83 to Black Forest Rd., design and construct improvements for safety including shoulders, improving sight distance with horizontal and vertical improvements, addressing drainage, adding turn lanes and intersection improvements where needed. El Paso CountyPPRTA, future RTA32000000
I-25 North Bound Acceleration Lane at S. Academy Blvd.Safety improvements for acceleration lane.CDOTSafety500000
I-25 Ramps: S. Nevada Ave./Tejon St. Corridor ImprovementsReconstruct Nevada Ave. and Tejon St. along I-25. Split ramps to improve traffic operations, safety, and enhance multi modal options both through and across the corridor.Colorado SpringsPPRTA5500000
I-25 Widening: S. Academy Blvd. to Circle Dr./Lake Ave. InterchangeWiden to six (6) general purpose lanes, construct noise wall, drainage, ITS, and safety features from South Academy Blvd. Interchange to Circle Dr./Lake Ave. InterchangeCDOTCDOT Operations, Strategic Projects28000000
I-25/Cimarron St. Interchange ReconstructionI-25/Cimarron St. interchange reconstructionCDOT7th Pot, Bridge-On, RAMP; Surface Treatment70828674
I-25/Tejon St. Park-and-RideExpand/develop multi-use park-and-ride lotCDOTRPP2000000
Jimmy Camp Creek Trail ConstructionConstruction of approximately 4 miles of minimum 10-feet-wide crusher fine aggregate trails along various sections of Jimmy Camp Creek from the confluence of Jimmy Camp Creek to Appletree Golf Course. The project includes an estimated 4 new pedestrian bridge crossings of the creek. Portions of this project could be phased and accelerated depending upon federal funding availability.FountainTAP5034050
Las Vegas St. Corridor ImprovementsConstruct/reconstruct Las Vegas St. from Tejon St. to US 85/87 to include turn lanes, bike and pedestrian facilities, railroad crossing and other safety improvements.Colorado SpringsPPRTA18150000
Las Vegas St./Royer St. UPRR Crossing RelocationConstruction of approximately 700 feet of new roadway connecting Las Vegas St. and Hancock Expwy., an at-grade crossing of the Union Pacific Railroad tracks near Spring Creek, and modification of Las Vegas St. to facilitate the new connection and meet design criteria for the railroad crossing. Project also includes construction associated with the elimination of the existing railroad crossing and Royer St.Colorado SpringsPPRTA3850000
Las Vegas St. over Shooks Run Bridge RehabilitationDeteriorating deck. Bridge Rehabilitation and construct Shooks Run Trail crossing under Las Vegas St. Includes curb, gutter, trail and sidewalk.Colorado SpringsBridge-Off System930000
Main St. at Norman Dr.Traffic signal replacement and intersection reconstruction/safety improvement. Replace signal equipment, auxiliary lane improvements, drainage improvements and pedestrian improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA500000
Main St. at Security Blvd.Traffic signal replacement and intersection reconstruction/safety improvement. Replace signal equipment, auxiliary lane improvements, drainage improvements and pedestrian improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA750000
Maintenance and OperationsMaintenance and operations for projects in the Pikes Peak regionVariousLocal NHS Maint.137116800
Maizeland Rd. over Sand Creek Bridge ReplacementDeteriated condition. Substandard road section, overtops. Construct new bridge to accommodate flow and to meet roadway standards including sidewalk, curb, gutter and bike lanes.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro Bridge1260000
Major Transportation Corridor Plan UpdateUpdate of El Paso County's Major Transportation Corridor PlanEl Paso CountySTP-Metro Planning441600
Manitou Ave. West End Pedestrian and drainage ImprovementsProject provides for sidewalk, curb/gutter, crosswalk, storm drainage, streetlighting, and landscaping improvements, and undergrounding of electricity, telephone and cable lines on Manitou Ave. from terminus of 1007 Manitou Ave. to approximately 300' northwest of the historic Gateway Arch, which is to be restored. Project also includes providing a transit turnaround at farthest point possible. Planned CreekWalk Trail alignment is along street within this corridor. Project costs include plans/specs and bid document creation and construction administration services. Project area approximately 1,600 LF total.Manitou SpringsPPRTA850000
Manitou Avenue West End Pedestrian and Drainage ImprovementsConstruct sidewalks and ramps, curb and gutter, repaved vehicle lanes, on-street parking, enhanced crosswalks, improved storm drainage, new street lighting and landscaping improvements and a round-a-bout at Manitou Ave. and Serpentine Dr.Manitou SpringsSTP-Metro4125000
Manitou Springs Citywide Sidewalks, Drainage and Utility ImprovementsInstallation of curb/gutter/sidewalk, lighting/landscape amenities, and storm drainage in residential areas where currently none or insufficient improvements exist (i.e. Crystal Park Rd., El Paso Blvd.). Project costs to include plans/specs and bid document creation and construction administration services. Project area approximately 8,000 LF.Manitou SpringsPPRTA1118000
Manitou Springs Creek Walk Trail ImprovementsContinuation of CreekWalk Trail from completed phases at Schryver Park west to intersection of Park and Manitou Avenues to allow connection with Ute Indian Trail. (Note that CreekWalk Trail alignment west of Park Avenue is on Manitou Ave. and included in the Manitou Ave. West End Pedestrian and Drainage Improvements). Project costs include plans/specs and bid document creation and construction administration services. Project area is approximately 6,800 LF.Manitou SpringsPPRTA300000
Manitou Springs Transit Shuttle and Surface or Structure ParkingProject to operate a transit shuttle program and develop parking facilities to supplement the Springs Transit Manitou Route. Shuttle service through downtown Manitou Springs and up to the Pikes Peak COG Railway/Barr Trailhead on Ruxton Ave. Shuttle operation for up to 15 hours during the summer with reduced service for shoulder and off-seasons. Project includes either parking lot or parking structure acquisition/development to augment existing on and off-street parking and reduce vehicle emissions by elimination of vehicles searching for downtown or trailhead parking. Project costs to include plans/specs and bid document creation, and all construction costs for lot development.Manitou SpringsPPRTA650000
Mark Dabling Rd. 1 Over Un-Named Channel Corrugated Metal Pipe ReplacementDeteriorated, holes in corregated metal pipe (cmp). Construct new bridge to replace cmp structure and to accommodate flows. Bridge will include curb, gutter, sidewalks and bike lanes.Colorado SpringsPPRTA275000
Mark Dabling Rd. 2 Over Un-Named Channel Bridge ReplacementMark Dabling 2 Bridge is a corrugated metal pipe built in 1970. Replacement is needed since this structure type only has a 40-50 year service life.Colorado SpringsPPRTA583000
Marksheffel Rd. Over Jimmy Camp Creek ReplacementDeteriorated, holes in corregated metal pipe (cm0). Construct new bridge to replace cmp structure and to accommodate flows. Bridge will include curb, gutter, sidewalks and bike lanes.Colorado SpringsPPRTA165000
Mayhurst Ave. Over Cheyenne Creek Bridge ReplacementMayhurst Ave. over Cheyenne Creek bridge replacementColorado SpringsPPRTA1306000
Meridian Rd.: Rex Rd. to Hodgen Rd.Bring roadway to current two lane arterial standards, sight distance, horizontal and vertical improvements, surface paving (existing gravel areas), shoulders, drainage and intersection improvements, auxiliary lane improvements, multimodal improvementsEl Paso CountyPPRTA8500000
Meridian Rd./McLaughlin Rd. Roundaboutreconstruct intersection and build a roundabout, drainage and water quality improvements, multi-modal improvements, road resurfacing. El Paso CountyPPRTA2376000
Mesa Ridge Pkwy. Improvements: Powers Blvd. to Marksheffel Rd.Completing the connection between Powers blvd. and Marksheffel Rd. by constructing a two lane principle arterial (additional two lanes to be completed by developer). Intersection and auxiliary lane improvements, pedestrian improvements, drainage and water quality improvements, installation of bridges at Jimmy Camp Creek. El Paso CountyPPRTA9975000
Metro Rides Regional Travel Demand Management ProgramProvide carpool, vanpool, and schoolpool programs; 2015 and 2016 fundsColorado SpringsCMAQ1238298
Midland Trail Improvements: Ridge Rd. to Columbia St.Trail improvements on north side of Colorado Ave. and south of US 24.Colorado SpringsPPRTA450000
MLK Bypass Resurfacing and Bridge RepairResurface MLK Bypass including the ramps and maintenance of bridges I-17-JA, I-17-JL and I-17-JCCDOTMaintenance3551000
MLK Bypass/Union Blvd. Intersection ImprovementsReconstruct the intersection to improve traffic operations (consider channelized "T").Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro Congestion Manage.750000
MMT Route 1 and 7 Phase 2 EnhancementsThis project will improve the level of safety for pedestrians, bicylists and the driving public. The construction will include new sidewalks and segments of curb and cutter where missing. It will install ADA compliant facilities to include widening or reconstructioing sidewalks where necessary and providing handicapped accessible pedestrian ramps and access to transit stops along the coridor. It will install transit waiting pads where missing and provide necessary signage and pavement markings where missing or in poor condition and stripped, marked and signed bicycle lanes through corridor. The above improvements will be made on Route 1 and 7 on east Lake Blvd., Union Blvd., Hancock Ave., Prospect Lake Dr., Las Animas St., Costilla St. and Wahsatch Ave.Colorado SpringsCMAQ340000
MMT Route 12 Phase 4 EnhancementsThis project will improve the level of safety for pedestrians, bicylists and the driving public. The construction will include new sidewalks and segments of curb and cutter where missing. It will install ADA compliant facilities to include widening or reconstructioing sidewalks where necessary and providing handicapped accessible pedestrian ramps and access to transit stops along the coridor. It will install transit waiting pads where missing and provide necessary signage and pavement markings where missing or in poor condition and stripped, marked and signed bicycle lanes through corridor. The above improvements will be made on Route 12 on Palmer Park Blvd., from Academy Blvd. to Powers Blvd.Colorado SpringsCMAQ320000
MMT Route 16 and 4 EnhancementsThis project will improve the level of safety for pedestrians, bicylists and the driving public. The construction will include new sidewalks and segments of curb and cutter where missing. It will install ADA compliant facilities to include widening or reconstructioing sidewalks where necessary and providing handicapped accessible pedestrian ramps and access to transit stops along the coridor. It will install transit waiting pads where missing and provide necessary signage and pavement markings where missing or in poor condition and stripped, marked and signed bicycle lanes through corridor. The above improvements will be made on Route 16 and 4 on south 8th st. from Cimarron St. to Cheyene Blvd. Colorado SpringsCMAQ2030000
MMT Route 16 Phase 1 EnhancementsThis project will improve the level of safety for pedestrians, bicylists and the driving public. The construction will include new sidewalks and segments of curb and cutter where missing. It will install ADA compliant facilities to include widening or reconstructioing sidewalks where necessary and providing handicapped accessible pedestrian ramps and access to transit stops along the coridor. It will install transit waiting pads where missing and provide necessary signage and pavement markings where missing or in poor condition and stripped, marked and signed bicycle lanes through corridor. The above improvements will be made on Route 16 on Uintah, 19th and King Streets. Colorado SpringsCMAQ3760000
MMT Route 16 Phase 2 EnhancementsThis project will improve the level of safety for pedestrians, bicylists and the driving public. The construction will include new sidewalks and segments of curb and cutter where missing. It will install ADA compliant facilities to include widening or reconstructioing sidewalks where necessary and providing handicapped accessible pedestrian ramps and access to transit stops along the coridor. It will install transit waiting pads where missing and provide necessary signage and pavement markings where missing or in poor condition and stripped, marked and signed bicycle lanes through corridor. The above improvements will be made on Route 16 on Bott, Robinson and 26th streets. Colorado SpringsCMAQ1385000
MMT Route 6 Phase 2 EnhancementsThis project will improve the level of safety for pedestrians, bicylists and the driving public. The construction will include new sidewalks and segments of curb and cutter where missing. It will install ADA compliant facilities to include widening or reconstructioing sidewalks where necessary and providing handicapped accessible pedestrian ramps and access to transit stops along the coridor. It will install transit waiting pads where missing and provide necessary signage and pavement markings where missing or in poor condition and stripped, marked and signed bicycle lanes through corridor. The above improvements will be made on Route 6 on 4th St. from El Paso St. to Hancock Ave.Colorado SpringsCMAQ275000
MMT Route 6 Phase 3 EnhancementsThis project will improve the level of safety for pedestrians, bicylists and the driving public. The construction will include new sidewalks and segments of curb and cutter where missing. It will install ADA compliant facilities to include widening or reconstructioing sidewalks where necessary and providing handicapped accessible pedestrian ramps and access to transit stops along the coridor. It will install transit waiting pads where missing and provide necessary signage and pavement markings where missing or in poor condition and stripped, marked and signed bicycle lanes through corridor. The above improvements will be made on Route 6 on Constitution Ave. from Union Blvd. to Chelton Rd.Colorado SpringsCMAQ2350000
MMT Route 6 Phase 4 EnhancementsThis project will improve the level of safety for pedestrians, bicylists and the driving public. The construction will include new sidewalks and segments of curb and cutter where missing. It will install ADA compliant facilities to include widening or reconstructioing sidewalks where necessary and providing handicapped accessible pedestrian ramps and access to transit stops along the coridor. It will install transit waiting pads where missing and provide necessary signage and pavement markings where missing or in poor condition and stripped, marked and signed bicycle lanes through corridor. The above improvements will be made on north Wahsatch Ave., Jackson St. and north Nevada Ave. Colorado SpringsCMAQ3790000
MMT Route 8 Pedestrian/Transit Accessibility ImprovementsComplete handicapped accessible ramps, sidewalks, and driveway and alley crossings, construct concrete transit waiting pads and enhanced pedestrian crossingsColorado SpringsTAP1020881
MMT Route 8 Phase 2 EnhancementsThis project will improve the level of safety for pedestrians, bicylists and the driving public. The construction will include new sidewalks and segments of curb and cutter where missing. It will install ADA compliant facilities to include widening or reconstructioing sidewalks where necessary and providing handicapped accessible pedestrian ramps and access to transit stops along the coridor. It will install transit waiting pads where missing and provide necessary signage and pavement markings where missing or in poor condition and stripped, marked and signed bicycle lanes through corridor. The above improvements will be made on Route 8 on Cache la Poudre St. from Wahsatch Ave. to Yampa St., Yampa St. from Cache la Poudre St. to Galley Rd., and Galley Rd. from Yampa St. to Chelton Rd.Colorado SpringsCMAQ1320000
MMT Route 9 Phase 3 EnhancementsThis project will improve the level of safety for pedestrians, bicylists and the driving public. The construction will include new sidewalks and segments of curb and cutter where missing. It will install ADA compliant facilities to include widening or reconstructioing sidewalks where necessary and providing handicapped accessible pedestrian ramps and access to transit stops along the coridor. It will install transit waiting pads where missing and provide necessary signage and pavement markings where missing or in poor condition and stripped, marked and signed bicycle lanes through corridor. The above improvements will be made on Route 9 on Mount View Ln. from Nevada Ave. to Acacia Dr., Acacia Dr. from Mount View Ln. to Meadow Ln., and Meadow Ln. from Acacia Dr. to Austin Bluffs Pkwy.Colorado SpringsCMAQ1185000
MMT Route 9 Phase 4 EnhancementsThis project will improve the level of safety for pedestrians, bicylists and the driving public. The construction will include new sidewalks and segments of curb and cutter where missing. It will install ADA compliant facilities to include widening or reconstructioing sidewalks where necessary and providing handicapped accessible pedestrian ramps and access to transit stops along the coridor. It will install transit waiting pads where missing and provide necessary signage and pavement markings where missing or in poor condition and stripped, marked and signed bicycle lanes through corridor. The above improvements will be made on Route 9 on Cascade Ave. from Fillmore St. north to the Templeton Gap Trail connection, and Winters Dr. from Cascade Ave. to Nevada Ave.Colorado SpringsTAP535000
MMT Routes 1 & 7 Pedestrian/Transit Accessibility and Bicycle LanesComplete handicapped accessible ramps, sidewalks, and driveway and alley crossings, construct concrete transit waiting pads, enhanced pedestrian crossings and bicycle lanes.Colorado SpringsTAP389390
Monument Front/Ist/Lincoln SidewalksInstallation of about 1,800 ft. of 5’-wide concrete sidewalk, curb, gutter, and handicap-accessible ramps along the east side of Front Street from 2 nd Street to Lincoln Avenue (approximately 1,050 feet), along the north side of Lincoln Avenue from Front Street to Washington Street (approximately 350 feet), and along the north and south sides of 1 st Street from Front Street to an alley east of the St. Peters Catholic Church (approximately 950 feet).MonumentSTP-Metro350000
Monument Hill Rd.: County Line Rd. to Woodmoor Dr.Sight distance with horizontal and vertical improvements, surface paving (existing gravel portion), shoulders, multimodal improvements, drainage and intersection capacity improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA3965000
MPO PlanningPlanning by PPACG for the Colorado Springs Metropolitan Planning OrganizationPPACGMPO Planning37497797
N. Carefree Cir. ExtensionExtend as a 3-lane principal arterial from Peterson Rd. to US 24.PRIVATEPrivate9990000
N. Nevada Ave. Corridor Improvements: Lilac St. to I-25Widen to 6 lanes from Garden of the Gods Rd./Austin Bluffs Pkwy. to I-25; Reconstruct 4 lanes from Lilac St. to Garden of the Gods Rd./Austin Bluffs Pkwy. intersection.Colorado Springsfuture RTA8000000
Nevada Ave./Mt. View Lane IntersectionUpgrade intersection to improve geometrics, increase safety and improve crossing of Templeton Gap multi-use trail. Improvements should include curb and gutter, sidewalks, improved signalization and delineated traffic lanes.Colorado SpringsLocal1499000
Nevada Ave./Platte Ave. Intersection ImprovementsReconstruct intersection and widen Platte Ave. to add turn lanes from Tejon St. to Weber St. Improve safety and traffic operations.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro Congestion Manage.1500000
New Meridian Rd. at US 24Capacity and safety improvement project includes removing traffic signal at Old Meridian Rd./US 24 and limiting access control at this location to a right-in/right-out; converting incomplete intersection at New Meridian Rd./US 24 to signalized intersection with adequate turn lanes at all approaches, drainage and water quality improvements, pedestrian improvements, road resurfacing. El Paso CountyPPRTA4608000
Old Pueblo Rd.: Link Rd. to I-25Bring roadway to current two lane arterial standards, sight distance, horizontal and vertical improvements, surface paving (existing gravel areas), shoulders, drainage and intersection improvements, auxiliary lane improvements, multimodal improvementsEl Paso CountyPPRTA8960000
Old Ranch Rd. Improvements and Bridge ConstructionConstruct bridge over Powers Blvd.Colorado SpringsPPRTA8000000
Old Ranch Rd. Improvements: Voyager Pkwy. to Kettle CreekFrom Voyager Pkwy. east passed Otero Ave. to the four lane section, design and construct improvements to add two new lanes, address drainage, resurface existing pavement, add turn lanes and intersection improvements where needed, and provide multimodal improvements. Colorado SpringsPPRTA2733000
Palmer Park Blvd. over Sand Creek Bridge RehabilitationDeteriorating deck. Rehabilitate bridge to include bike lanes and a connection to the Sand Creek Trail, curb, gutter and sidewalk.Colorado SpringsBridge-Off System5765000
Park-and-Ride Access for Bicycles and PedestriansMake bicycle and/or pedestrian access improvements to existing park-and-ride lots and transit substations. This will include improved sidewalks, trail connectivity, bicycle parking, directional and information signage, etc. Colorado SpringsTAP109311
Paseo Rd. Bridge Over Shooks Run tributary Bridge ReplacementReplace Paseo Rd. bridge over Shooks Run tributary.Colorado SpringsPPRTA600000
Payback to Baptist Road RTA for Work on I-25/Baptist Rd. InterchangeDebt payback by CDOT to Baptist Road RTA for I-25/Baptist Rd. interchange.CDOTBridge-On System, RPP12000000
Pedestrian Bridge over Platte Ave. Bridge RehabilitationDeteriorating Deck. Bridge above concrete is heavily cracked. Rehabilitate Pedestrian Bridge.Colorado SpringsBridge-Off System380000
Pikes Peak Ave.: Colorado Ave. to Printers Pkwy. Pavement ReconstructionPavement reconstruction on Pikes Peak Ave. from Colorado Ave. to Printers Pkwy.Colorado SpringsPPRTA8663000
Pikes Peak Greenway Corridor Improvements Phase IVarious improvements along the Tier 1 Pikes Peak Greenway corridor including trail paving, capital corridor reconstruction, crossing improvements (at-grade and grade separated), drainage improvements, connectivity enhancements, and signage and related amenities.Colorado SpringsPPRTA2121000
Pikes Peak Greenway Corridor Improvements Phase IIVarious improvements along the Tier 1 Pikes Peak Greenway corridor including trail paving, capital corridor reconstruction, crossing improvements (at-grade and grade separated), drainage improvements, connectivity enhancements, and signage and related amenities.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1900000
Pikes Peak Hwy./Fountain Ave. at US 24 in CascadeTraffic signal replacement and intersection reconstruction/safety improvement. Replace signal equipment, auxiliary lane improvements, drainage improvements and pedestrian improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA3000000
Platte Ave. Connection to I-25 StudyConduct a study to determine improved connection from I-25 to Platte Ave.Colorado SpringsPPRTA550000
Platte Ave. Corridor Improvements StudyThe Platte Ave. corridor contains two existing bridges that lack adequate vertical clearance and horizontal clearance.  The bridges are in poor condition with the El Paso St. bridge, built in 1939, being the worst of the two.  In addition, portions of Platte Ave. will probably have to be reconstructed to obtain appropriate clearances.  Platte Ave. is a major east west corridor as a result, this is a challenging project that will require a significant amount of time, coordination and effort to plan.  The bridge rehabilitations are one of the driving factors for establishing an improvement approach for the Platte Ave. corridor.Colorado SpringsPPRTA2200000
Platte Ave. East Bound Over Sand Creek Bridge ReplacementPlatte Ave. east bound bridge was built in 1956, due to the type of construction replacement is required.Colorado SpringsPPRTA5874000
Platte Ave. West Bound Over Sand Creek Bridge ReplacementPlatte Ave. west bound bridge was built in 1956, due to the type of construction replacement is required.Colorado SpringsPPRTA5874000
Platte Avenue Bridge ReplacementReplace bridges at Platte Ave. and Sand Creek.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro14035945
Powers Blvd. (SH 21) Extension: I-25 to SH 83 Phase IConstruct Powers from I-25 to SH 83. Colorado SpringsPPRTA, Urban Renewal Authority31500000
Powers Blvd. (SH 21) Safety Improvements: from Stetson Hills Blvd. to Woodmen Rd.Auxilary lane safety improvements from Stetson Hills Boulevard to Woodmen RoadCDOTSafety2500000
Powers Blvd. (SH 21) Widening: Platte Avenue to Fountain Blvd.Widen Powers Blvd. from Platte Ave. to Fountain Blvd. as a 6 lane facility with auxillary lanes. This is a joint project from the City of Colorado Springs partnering with CDOT.Colorado Springs and CDOTRPP6500000
Powers Blvd. (SH 21) Widening: Woodmen Rd. to SH 83Complete widening to six (6) general purpose lanes from Woodmen Rd. to SH 83CDOTStrategic Projects12000000
Powers Blvd. (SH 21)/Research Pkwy. InterchangeConstruct new Interchange at Research Pkwy.CDOTRPP, Safety25000000
Powers Blvd. (SH 21)/Stewart Ave. InterchangeConstruct new interchange and full standard shouldersCDOTRPP, Strategic Projects55000000
Powers Blvd. ( SH 21) Intersection Improvements from North Carefree Cir. to Constitution Ave.Reconstruct Powers Blvd. to install continuous flow intersections at Constitution Ave. and North Carefree Cir.Colorado SpringsCDOT Operations, Safety, Strategic Projects40000000
Powers Blvd. (SH 21) Right-of-Way PreservationPreservation of right-of-way along Central Powers from SH 16 to Woodmen Road with potentially one parcel from SH 83 to I-25.CDOTRPP1600000
Replace and Upgrade Transit IT Equipment and software (including smart-card, real-time bus information, traffic signal prioritization, etc.Project to maintain and upgrade existing transit hardware allowing for smart-cards, real-time bus information, traffic signal prioritization, etc. to improve efficiency and customer service. PPRTA budget costs are the local 20% match for Federal funding to acquire the vehicles.Colorado SpringsPPRTA300000
Research Pkwy. ExtensionExtend as a 6-lane principal arterial from Powers Blvd. to Black Forest Rd. and from Black Forest Rd. to Woodmen Rd.PRIVATEPrivate14986000
Return Rd. Over Platte Ave. RehabilitaitonThe return road bridge next to El Paso St. was built in 1939 and has a deteriorated deck and lacks adequate horizontal clearances.Colorado SpringsPPRTA330000
Right-of-Way for Powers Blvd. (SH 21) and Other State HighwaysROW acquisition/preservationCDOT CDOT operations3000000
Colorado Spring Citywide Road Weather Information SystemsAdd an additional 5 systems citywide. Currently there are 7 systems installed throughout the city with none farther north than the Chapel Hills Mall or farther east than Powers Blvd.Colorado SpringsPPRTA330000
Rock Island Trail Corridor Improvements Phase IVarious improvements along the Tier 1 Rock Island Trail corridor including trail paving, capital corridor reconstruction, crossing improvements (at-grade and grade separated), drainage improvements, connectivity enhancements, and signage and related amenities.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1000000
Rock Island Trail Corridor Improvements Phase IIVarious improvements along the Tier 1 Rock Island Trail corridor including trail paving, capital corridor reconstruction, crossing improvements (at-grade and grade separated), drainage improvements, connectivity enhancements, and signage and related amenities.Colorado SpringsPPRTA2000000
Rockrimmon Blvd.: Woodmen Rd. to Pro Rodeo Dr. Pavement ReconstructionPavement reconstruction along Rockrimmon Blvd.: Woodmen Rd. to Pro Rodeo Dr.Colorado SpringsPPRTA13145000
Rockrimmon Bridge II Reconstruction Repair Rockrimmon Blvd. bridge over drainage between Grey Eagle Dr. and Allegheny Dr.Colorado SpringsPPRTA600000
Ruxton Ave. Pedestrian and Drainage ImprovementsProject provides for sidewalk replacement and installation of missing links on Ruxton Ave. from Manitou Ave. intersection to Winter St. intersection. Project includes repair/restoration of Ruxton Creek retaining walls running alongside and supporting road. Leveraging of property owner funds for areas of retaining walls supporting private property is are planned. Project costs also include plans/specs and bid document creation and construction administration services. Project area approximately 3,377 LF total.Manitou SpringsTAP730195
S. Academy Blvd.: I-25 to Bradley Rd. RampsConstruct additional through lanes to increase capacity from four to six lane expressway standard to reduce existing congestion, bridge improvements, multimodal facility, drainage improvements and intersection/auxiliary lane capacity improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA18000000
S. Cheyenne Canyon Rd. 1 Over Cheyenne Creek Bridge ReplacementS. Cheyenne Canyon Rd. 1 Bridge was built in 1956, the bridge is structurally and hydraulically inadequate. Colorado SpringsPPRTA410000
Sand Creek Trail Corridor Improvements: Palmer Park Blvd. to Constitution Ave.Construction of a new 12' trail to include pedestrian underpasses and two pedestrian bridges.Colorado SpringsPPRTA800000
Sand Creek Trail: N. Carefree Cir. to Barnes Rd.Construct 1.2 miles of new 12' wide, concrete trail between N. Carefree Cir. and Tutt Blvd.Colorado SpringsTAP668552
Security Blvd. at Willis Dr.Traffic signal replacement and intersection reconstruction/safety improvement. Replace signal equipment, auxiliary lane improvements, drainage improvements and pedestrian improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA500000
SH 67 Corridor Improvements Phase IImplement access control plan; construct widened turn lanes, raised medians, sidewalks, drainage improvements and signalization; private work has been completed; Phase 1 consists of improvements from County Rd. to Kelley's Rd. CDOTRPP1905748
SH 67 ResurfacingResurface SH 67 north of Woodland Park between mileposts 79.5 and 91.7.CDOTMaintenance2910000
SH 83 Traffic/Safety ImprovementsSafety improvements from SH 21 to the El Paso/Douglas County LineCDOTSafety18000000
SH 83 Traffic/Safety StudyThis study will evaluate traffic volumes, review accident history, and identify potential safety improvements for the SH 83 corridor between SH 21 (Powers Blvd.) and the El Paso/Douglas County line. Items that will be considered are widened shoulders, auxiliary lanes, passing lanes, and geometric and roadside safety improvements.CDOTCDOT Operations2208000
SH 85 Widening: from Comanche Village Dr. to Mesa Rd.Widen 1.5 miles to four (4) general purpose lanes from Comanche Village Dr. to Mesa Rd. and replace Structure J-18-B CDOTCDOT Operations5706000
SH 94 Corridor Safety StudySafety study on US 94 from US 24 to Ellicott Hwy.CDOTCDOT Operations1104000
SH 115 Resurfacing and Bridge RepairResurface SH 115 from south of Cheyenne Rd. to Arvada St. and repair of bridge I-17-GOCDOTMaintenance1851000
Shook's Run Bridge ReplacementsDeterioratd conditions at: Uintah St., Platte Ave., Costilla St., Cache La Poudre St., and Bijou Ave.. Construct new bridges for Shooks Run Trail crossings.Colorado SpringsPPRTA13813000
Shook's Run Bridge Corridor StudyShook's run drainage area from Patty Jewett Golf Course to Monument Creek has many old bridges in need of replacement due to the age and condition of the bridges. Because of the large number of bridges, the study is needed to determine which bridges need to be replaced or removed and the priority for replacement. Colorado SpringsPPRTA2750000
Shook's Run Trail Corridor Improvements Various improvements along the Tier 1 Shook's Run Trail corridor including trail paving, capital corridor reconstruction, crossing improvements (at-grade and grade separated), drainage improvements, connectivity enhancements, signage/related amenities.Colorado SpringsPPRTA800000
Sidewalk/Bus Stop Program on Existing Routes (Ramps, Pads, Rute Changes, Enhancements)Project to construct/rebuild ADA pedestrian ramps, bus stop pads, and sidewalks on existing routes. PPRTA budget costs are the local 20% match for Federal funding to complete the project.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1500000
Sidewalk/Bus Stop Program on Expanded Routes (Ramps, Pads, Rute Changes, Enhancements)Project to construct/rebuild ADA pedestrian ramps, bus stop pads, and sidewalks on expanded routes. PPRTA budget costs are the local 20% match for Federal funding to complete the project.Colorado SpringsPPRTA500000
Sinton Trail Corridor ImprovementsVarious improvements along the Tier 1 Sinton Trail corridor including trail paving, capital corridor reconstruction, crossing improvements (at-grade and grade separated), drainage improvements, connectivity enhancements, signage/related amenities.Colorado SpringsPPRTA600000
Squirrel Creek Rd. Extension (Phases 2 and 3)Construction of a 4-lane urban principal arterial roadway with median, bike lanes, curb, gutter and sidewalk from the Fountain Mesa Rd. to Link Rd. Project includes intersection widening and traffic signal improvements at Fountain Mesa Rd. and Link Rd. The project also includes a bridge crossing of Jimmy Camp Creek. Phase 2 of this project consists of constructing the westerly roadway improvements from Fountain Mesa Rd. to Jimmy Camp Creek estimated at $2 million; Phase 3 includes the Jimmy Camp Creek bridge estimated at $5 million.FountainSTP-Metro10068100
Stapleton Dr./Briargate Pkwy.: Meridian Ranch Blvd. to Eastonville Rd.Construct additional through lanes to increase capacity from two to four lane expressway standard to reduce existing congestion, drainage and intersection improvements, auxiliary lane improvements, multimodal improvementsEl Paso CountyPPRTA5090000
Stapleton Dr./Briargate Pkwy.: Towner Ave. to Meridian Rd.Construct additional through lanes to increase capacity from two to four lane expressway standard to reduce existing congestion, drainage and intersection improvements, auxiliary lane improvements, multimodal improvementsEl Paso CountyPPRTA4024000
Stapleton Dr./Briargate Pkwy. Corridor StudyCorridor study needed to obtain citizen input and develop plan for preserving and constructing missing segments of corridor (5.3 miles) through the City and County. Corridor study to also develop strategy for funding which could include federal funds, local funds, developer participation, PPRTA, etc. Approximate study limits from Powers Blvd. to Meridian Rd. Colorado Springs, El Paso CountyPPRTA1100000
Stetson Hills ExtensionExtend as principal arterial with on-street bike lanes from Marksheffel Rd. to US 24. PRIVATEPrivate3330000
Stilling BasinsConstruction of sediment catchment basins.Green Mountain FallsPPRTA88000
Stratton Ave. Over Cheyenne Creek Bridge ReplacementStratton Bridge was built in 1940 and has a deteriorated condition, the bridge is the only access to over 20 residents.Colorado SpringsPPRTA308000
Struther Water Mitigation (I-25 @ North Gate)Water quality mitigation @ I-25 & North GateEl Paso CountyRPP2185000
Templeton Gap Trail Corridor ImprovementsPave (with concrete) and make other improvements to various sections of the Templeton Gap Trail (Union Blvd. to Hancock Ave., Hancock Ave. to Nevada Ave., Nevada Ave. to Goose Gossage Park)Colorado SpringsPPRTA600000
Towne East Center (Babcock Rd.) Over Sand Creek Bridge Construction The area of Towne East Center needs an area Traffic and Land Use Study and Construction of a bridge over Sand Creek. (The bridge funding is not in the Sand Creek Drainage Basin Study.)Colorado SpringsPPRTA2750000
Traffic Signal System Upgrade (55 Locations)Design and reconstruct dilapidated traffic signal systems across the City of Colorado Springs. Colorado SpringsPPRTA13860000
Traffic System UpgradesUpgrades of traffic signal equipment including poles, signal heads, controllers, enhanced street name signs, video detection devices, fiber optics and radar volume/speed count devices throughout the City of Colorado Springs.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro Congestion Manage.2368440
Transit Planning StudiesProvide short-range and long-range planning for regional transit systemColorado SpringsSTP-Metro Planning180237
Transit: Express Route Buses ExpansionsExpress route buses: expansionColorado Springsfuture RTA7540200
Transit: Express Route Operations ExpansionsExpress route operations expansionColorado Springsfuture RTA22080000
Transit: Maintenance of Existing Operations/Admin.Maintenance of existing operations/administrationColorado SpringsMMT Transit672225600
Transit: Vehicle ReplacementVehicle replacement (fixed route, express, vanpool, ADA)Colorado SpringsMMT Transit61596000
Tutt Blvd. ExtensionExtend as arterial from Cottonwood Creek to Research Pkwy Extension. PRIVATEPrivate6749000
Tutt Blvd. Extension: Dublin Blvd. to Templeton Gap Rd.Design, ROW acquisition and construction of a 4-lane arterial section of Tutt Blvd. Colorado Springs, El Paso CountyPPRTA1948000
Union Blvd. ExtensionDesign and construct as a principal arterial from Powers Blvd. to Milam Rd.PRIVATEPrivate3375000
Union Blvd. over Cottonwood Creek Bridge ReplacementDeteriotated condition. Construct new bridge to accommodate flows, accommodate a grade separated crossing of the Cottonwood Creek Trail, includes a connection with the trail, curb, gutter and sidewalks.Colorado SpringsBridge-Off System250000
Union Blvd. at Pikes Peak Intersection ImprovementsReconstruct intersection to improve operations by minor widening and improved auxillary lane operations.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro Congestion Manage.750000
Union Blvd./ Academy Blvd. InterchangeConstruct a grade-separated interchange at the intersection of Union Blvd. and Academy Blvd. Ensure accommodation of bicycles and pedestrians in the design.Colorado SpringsLocal86000000
Union Blvd./Constitution Ave. Intersection ImprovementsWiden the Constitution Ave./Union Blvd. intersection. Include curb, gutter, sidewalk, drainage, bike and trail improvements.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro Congestion Manage.2000000
UPRR Mainline Over Fontanero St. Bridge ReplacementFontanero Bridge was built in 1963, the designed was substandard with the bridge only being half as strong as intended. Colorado SpringsPPRTA2750000
UPRR Nevada Ave./Tejon St. Crossing Reconstruction (Design Only)UPRR Nevada and Tejon St. crossing reconstruction (design only)Colorado SpringsPPRTA3300000
UPRR over Uintah St. Bridge ReplacementDeteriotated condition. Replace UPRR bridge with a new one.Colorado SpringsSafety4810000
UPRR Siding Over Fontanero St. Bridge ReplacementFontanero Bridge was built in 1963, the design was substandard with the bridge only being half as strong as intended. Colorado SpringsPPRTA2750000
US 24 East Safety Improvements StudySafety study on US 24 from SH 21 (Powers Blvd.) to Stapleton Rd.CDOTCDOT Operations2208000
US 24 East Widening: Garrett Rd. to Stapleton Rd.Widen to four (4) general purpose lanes from Garrett Rd./Dodge Rd. to Stapleton Rd.CDOTCDOT Operations28000000
US 24 East Widening: SH 21 to Marksheffel Rd.Widen to six (6) general purpose lanes from SH 21 to Marksheffel Rd. and begin improvements to Peterson Rd. interchange.CDOTCDOT Operations35323890
US 24 Realignment/Woodland Park Bypass StudyA study to re-evaluate the previous corridor studies.CDOTCDOT Operations150000
US 24 West Corridor in the Pikes Peak Transportation Planning RegionConstruction of safety improvements from 8th St. to the east US 24/Manitou Ave. interchange including signal and safety improvements at 31st St.CDOTRPP13000000
US 24 West/21 St. Intersection ImprovementsIntersection safety improvements (west bound to south bound turn lane)CDOTSafety2500000
US 24 West/8th St. InterchangeConstruct new InterchangeCDOTCDOT Operations60000000
US 24 West/Ridge Rd. OverpassConstruct new overpassCDOTCDOT Operations15000000
US 24 Wildlife FencingConstruct fencing along US 24 from milepost 298 to 300.3.CDOTSafety800000
Ute Pass Ave. OverlayResurfacing of Ute Pass Ave.Green Mountain FallsPPRTA160000
Vanpool Vehicle ReplacementProject to replace existing fleet of vanpool vans to maintain 2011 service levels. PPRTA budget costs are the local 20% match for Federal funding to acquire the vehicles.Colorado SpringsPPRTA800000
Verde Dr. Over Spring Creek Bridge ReplacementVerde Dr. bridge is a corrugated metal pipe built in 1988, replacement is needed since this structure type only has a 40-50 year service life.Colorado SpringsPPRTA320000
Venetucci Blvd. ExtensionExtend Venetucci Blvd. from B St. south to S. Academy Blvd. with a roundabout at the B. St. intersection.City of FountainLocal6000000
Vincent Dr. Bridge over Cottonwood Creek RehabilitationDeteriotated deck and substructure, Cottonwood Creek channel erosion. Project includes stabilization and deck replacement, accommodate flows, accommodate a grade separated crossing of the Cottonwood Creek Trail, includes a connection with the trail, curb, gutter and sidewalks.Colorado SpringsBridge-Off System1000000
Vollmer Rd. Improvements: Briargate Pkwy. to Burgess Rd.Bring roadway to current two lane arterial standards, sight distance, horizontal and vertical improvements, surface paving (existing gravel areas), shoulders, drainage and intersection improvements, auxiliary lane improvements, multimodal improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA3235000
Vollmer Road Improvements: Cowpoke Rd. to Hodgen Rd.Bring roadway to current two lane arterial standards, sight distance, horizontal and vertical improvements, surface paving (existing gravel areas), shoulders, drainage and intersection improvements, auxiliary lane improvements, multimodal improvements. El Paso CountyPPRTA3235000
W. Colorado Ave. Reconstruction: 31st St. to US 24Reconstruct West Colorado Ave. from 31st St. to US 24 as two lane road with center turn lane. Include curb, gutter, pedestrian and bike facilities, bridge replacement, transit enhancements, ROW, utility relocation and drainage. Partnership between City, County, Manitou Springs and CDOT.Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Manitou SpringsPPRTA12178000
W. Fillmore St. Over Un-Named Channel Bridge ReplacementWest Fillmore St. bridge is a corrugated metal pipe built in the 1980's, replacement is needed since this structure type only has a 40-50 year service life.Colorado SpringsPPRTA1000000
Water St. Over Camp Creek Bridge ReplacementWater St. over Camp Creek Bridge ReplacementColorado SpringsPPRTA1243000
West Uintah St. Corridor ImprovementsIntersection improvements at Mesa Rd., Cooper Ave. and Walnut St.; add sidewalk on south side of Uintah St. from Cooper Ave. to Mesa Rd.Colorado SpringsSTP-Metro1782714
Woodmen Rd. Improvements: Union Blvd. Continuous Flow IntersectionConstruct continuous flow intersection at Woodmen Rd. and Union Blvd.Colorado SpringsPPRTA7500000
Zoo Rd. Over Un-Name Channel (Corrugated Metal Pipe ReplacementZoo Rd. bridge is a corrugated metal pipe built in 1980's, replacement is needed since this structure type only has a 40-50 year service life.Colorado SpringsPPRTA165000