Monday, January 23, 2017

Loveland City Council to consider funding for traffic improvements

US287 southbound couplet. Image credit: Google Maps

Neighborhood improvements are coming to a section of US 287 in Loveland. If Loveland City Council approves the funding, the southbound couplet north of US 34 would see existing west side barrier wall extended by 160 feet to the south and new ironwood barriers installed across five residential properties. The process has been in-depth, involving the City of Loveland, CDOT, and neighborhood residents and businesses. Previous improvements have been made to this section of road, but safety concerns are still commonplace for residents. The project is expected to cost about $150,000, which the Loveland City Council will vote on Tuesday, January 24.

For more information, read the article on the Loveland Reporter Herald.

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