Industrial Lane Bike Lane and Sidewalk
News and Updates.........................................
Phase 1: The Construction Agreement was approved at City Council on August 23, 2022. Construction has started and will be completed in May 2023. Nearly 50% of the trail has been placed. The contractor paused over the Holidays but work will start back up on January 17, 2023. Progress will slow as the contractor focuses on installing underground utilities. Drivers may encounter some small delays within the construction area.
Phase 2: The project was presented to OSTAC on 12/9/2021 to get input on the trail alignment. Staff recommended the alignment of Phase 2 go on the northside of Industrial Lane, OSTAC concurred. An Intergovermental Agreement (IGA) has been approved amending the budget to $3,500,000 (80% grant funding). The additional funding will be used during construction. The 90% plan review is complete. The consultant is starting the right of way phase of the project to acquire right of way or easements to construct the trail.
This project will create safe bike and pedestrian access along Industrial Lane. It will also improve access to the US 36 Bikeway for Broomfield residents.
The project will create safe bike and pedestrian access along Industrial Lane. It will also improve access to the US 36 Bikeway for Broomfield residents. A survey of the Industrial Lane corridor has been completed.
This project will be coordinated with the West Midway Pedestrian Bridge project and the Nickel Street project to make significant improvements to bike and pedestrian mobility in the area.
The project was presented to the public on August 15, 2018, for feedback at the Broomfield Community Center as part of the Walk Bike Broomfield Open House. The public indicated preferences for a 12-foot concrete multi-use trail and to prioritize the trail segment from Nickel Street to the box culvert under US 36. This is approximately halfway between Nickel Street and Flatiron Crossing on Industrial Lane.
A design agreement with Loris and Associates (now Otak) was presented and approved by City Council on November 27, 2018. Design will include survey, underground utility engineering, geotechnical and right of way acquisition.