I-25/Dry Creek Road Interchange and Corridor Study
The District is a participant in the Technical Advisory Committee for the Arapahoe County I-25/Dry Creek Interchange and Corridor Study. This study is focusing on the area along Dry Creek Road from Yosemite Street to Easter Avenue including the I-25 interchange. The study aims to develop a range of options to improve regional access, mobility, safety, system reliability, and congestion maximizing existing infrastructure and in consideration of all modes of transportation.
Public input is encouraged for this project. A public meeting open house is scheduled for 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 18, 2016, at the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, 8545 E. Dry Creek Road.
Like many suburban locations, Inverness development began 40 years ago with little anticipation of pedestrian traffic. Recognizing the need to better accommodate pedestrian mobility and safety, the District has completed several miles of pedestrian connection sidewalks around the Inverness Park over the past few years. The last phase of this sidewalk project includes several small connecting segments scheduled to be completed in the first half of 2016.
Click here to contact the District if you notice any sidewalk areas requiring maintenance or have suggestions to enhance or add to existing sidewalk pathways.
Throughout the District, you will notice there are 13 strategically located bus shelters that were installed last year to provide protection and safety for light rail commuters. The free RTD Call-N-Ride is available for use Monday through Friday from 5:30am to 7:00pm. During high traffic hours, this service is modified to make scheduled stops in these designated areas. Please check RTD’s website for stop times. To request a pick up at one of these designated areas, please call Inverness North Bus at 303-994-9885 or Inverness South Bus at 303-961-5109.