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    McIntyre Street Phase II (West 52nd Avenue to 60th Avenue)


    For a general overview of this project, please view the following Prezi presentation: McIntyre Street Widening Slideshow Icon

    Project Scope

    This project is the second phase of the overall McIntyre roadway improvement project.  Phase 1 is currently under construction and consists of widening McIntyre Street from West 44th Avenue and West 54th Avenue from two-lanes to four-lanes.  The first phase of McIntyre is being built with 11-foot travel lanes, 4’ bike lanes, 8’ sidewalks, and a median that varies between 4 and 15 feet depending on if turn lanes are installed. 

    The second phase of the McIntyre roadway improvements will include widening of the road to four lanes with a raised center median, adding bike lanes, and placing curb, gutter, sidewalk, and storm sewer from West 52nd Avenue to West 60th Avenue.  Two new box culverts will be installed where the Farmer’s Highline Canal crosses McIntyre Street.  A new bridge will also be installed at the Van Bibber Creek crossing that will include pedestrian access under McIntyre.   

    Project Schedule 

    • Engineering design - 2016  
    • Right-of-way acquisitions - 2016 and 2017  
    • Relocation of Xcel’s transmission line & other utilities - 2017 
    • Construction of the structures for the Famers Highline Canal and Van Bibber Creek - 2018 
    • Build out between West 56th Place and West 58th  - 2018    

     

    McIntyre Phase II Proposed Design  Adobe Reader is required for viewing this document

     



    Brent Soderlin
    Senior Design Engineer
    303-271-8495
    bsoderli@jeffco.us

    McIntyre Street Design Project Existing Roadway, View 1

    McIntyre Street Design Project Existing Roadway, View 2


    Last Updated: 5-11-2017