CDOT awards matching grant for completing Boxelder I-25 underpass

The Colorado Department of Transportation has selected 19 northeastern Colorado projects to receive matching funds from the federal Transportation Alternatives Program, including $193,942 for completing the Boxelder Interstate 25 underpass in Wellington.

“TAP project applications in Northeast Colorado embraced new partnerships for innovative projects,” said Johnny Olson, CDOT regional transportation director for Northeast Colorado. “All of these investments will benefit the transportation system locally and regionally.”

In October, a call for applications was issued by the region for approximately $7.4 million for 2015-2017. The response was overwhelming. Agencies submitted 58 applications requesting $40 million for three years.

Each project had to have at least a 20 percent local match. Projects must be completed by 2018.

Other matching fund allocations included:

19th Street Multimodal Improvements
City of Boulder $100,000

Bike Parking at Transit Centers
Boulder County $452,000

Williams Fork Trail
Boulder County $632,000

Mead Trail
Town of Mead $399,550

NEDPEDS
Town of Nederland $200,000

South Platte Trail
Sedgwick County $432,800

Sterling Sidewalk Improvements
City of Sterling $215,108

Elizabeth Trails
Town of Elizabeth $700,000

US385 Bike Ped Trail
Town of Cheyenne Wells $326,025

Long View Corridor Trail
Larimer County $1 million

Sheep Draw Trail
City of Greeley $419,000

Pitkin Street Low-Stress Bike Corridor
City of Fort Collins $593,000

Berthoud CR17 Bike Lanes
Town of Berthoud $1 million

Integrated Roadside Vegetation Maintenance
Weld County $50,708

Acoma Road Sidewalks
City of Fort Morgan $187,500

SH 52 ADA Ramps
City of Fort Morgan $56,250

South Platte River Trail
City of Fort Lupton $280,000

Division + Goodrich Sidewalks
Town of Platteville $199,135

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