Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Johnstown to contribute $6M to I-25 projects

Additional improvements are coming as part of the CDOT project to improve I-25 because of the investments of local communities. It is no secret transportation funding is in demand, but hard to come by. Due to the support of local communities, existing funding is going further to improve bottlenecks, dangerous intersections, and other transportation system issues. Bolstered by the investments of local communities including Johnstown, Larimer County, Loveland, and Weld County, the SH402 and US 34 interchanges will be improved. At its meeting on March 27, Johnstown committed to contribute $6 Million overall to both projects, matching Loveland's investment. This is in addition to funding from Larimer and Weld counties.

Farther up I-25, Fort Collins is also partnering with Larimer County, Timnath, and local developers to improve the I-25/Prospect Road interchange.

For information about the North I-25 widening project, visit the CDOT website. For information about the Johnstown funding, read the article on the Loveland Reporter-Herald.

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