US 36 - Future Taking Shape

by Osman Parvez
I recently attended a presentation of the US 36 Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), a required component to improve infrastructure along the Boulder-Denver Turnpike.

The US 36 EIS Schedule

Additional Resources:

US 36 Draft EIS - Executive Summary

US 36 EIS - Documents and Press Releases

US 36 EIS - Homepage

Citations for noise in Martin Acres

A Boulder Resident's US36 EIS Meeting Review

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1 comment:

  1. As someone new here, I've always wondered: why doesn't the NW Parkway (toll road) connect directly up to US 36 with ramps/interchange etc.? Instead you have a couple of lights and a bit of a rounabout way to get from US 36 onto the NW Parkway.

    Is it related to the future plans for US 36?


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