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Notice Regarding Upcoming Traffic Restrictions

 February 9, 2021

Notice regarding upcoming traffic restrictions

To enable contractors to access areas for an upcoming utility upgrade, the traffic restrictions shown on the plan below will be put in place on or about February 17, 2021 for approximately 2 weeks, depending on weather and other unforeseen conditions.  Southbound traffic on Inverness Parkway will not be able to turn left at Inverness Way South.  Northbound traffic on Inverness Parkway will not be able to turn left at South Valley Highway Road.  Westbound traffic on Inverness Way South will only be able to turn right at Inverness Parkway.  Eastbound traffic on South Valley Highway Road will only be able to turn right at Inverness Parkway.  It is recommended that vehicles avoid this intersection when traffic restrictions are in place.

Notifications will be updated on the Inverness Metropolitan District website, invernessmetro.com as well as the traffic control plan for the project.  If you have questions, call or email Laurie Tatlock.  720-274-8377 laurie@mulhernmre.com

County Line Entrance Interchange Consolidation

The District is a participant in the Douglas County managed project to convert the existing two intersections at the I25 and County Line entrance to Inverness into a single intersection.. Douglas County completed preliminary design for the revised intersection in early 2020.  The project is now in final design scheduled to be concluded in June 2021 with construction thereafter.

Intersection Design Map

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Pedestrian Mobility

The District has added over 8 miles of sidewalks and pathways in the Inverness Park to improve pedestrian mobility with pedestrian crossing improvements and key connecting points to the Dry Creek and County Line light rail station pedestrian bridges.

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.

Bus Shelters

Throughout the District, you will notice that there are strategically located bus shelters installed 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 makes regularly scheduled stops at the bus shelters.  Please check RTD’s website for stop times. To request a pick up at one of these designated areas outside of high traffic hours, please call the Inverness North Bus (Dry Creek station) at 303-994-9885 or Inverness South Bus (County Line station) at 303-961-5109.

Bus Stop Map