Wednesday, August 25, 2021

CDOT Awards Four Projects in the North Front Range with Revitalizing Main Streets Grants

Project rendering for the 16th Street Corridor Enhancement project in Greeley


The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) awarded sixteen projects approximately $22 million in Revitalizing Main Streets Program Larger Safety Infrastructure Grants last week. Four of the sixteen selected projects are located in the North Front Range: 

  • Town of Berthoud - North Berthoud Parkway Trail Gap Closure
  • Colorado State University - Center Bikeway/Mountain Loop Trail Separation and Safety Enhancement
  • City of Fort Collins - LaPorte Avenue Improvements
  • City of Greeley - 16th Street Corridor Enhancement
The Revitalizing Main Streets Program was created as part of Colorado's COVID-19 Recovery Plan to help communities across the State implement transportation-related projects that improve safety and yield long-term benefits to community main streets. For details about each of the projects, including the rest of the projects statewide, see the press release from CDOT. For more details on the program including the Small Grants program which is available on a rolling basis, see the Revitalizing Main Streets page

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