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Indiana Street and 72nd Avenue Intersection Upgrade Project

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  • Updated
  • by Public Works

Expect intermittent single-lane closures (Monday - Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.) on Indiana Street and 72nd Avenue.

Update for the week of Sept 29, 2019

  • Continue work on project punch list - signs, guardrail, seeding and mulching

Recently completed:

  • Slope paving
  • Final pavement markings

Through the end of the project crews will:

  • Construct concrete median islands and sidewalk on 72nd Avenue
  • Finish constructing Indiana Street south of the intersection after the Ralston Ridge development project completes sanitary sewer installation on Indiana Street
  • Install guardrail and permanent traffic signs
  • Activate the new traffic signals
  • Grade Croke Canal and install slope protection at the new box culvert
  • Move the southbound lane of Indiana Street to the west to create a final work zone in the center of Indiana Street for median island construction
  • Place the final asphalt layer and pavement markings

You can learn more about the project by calling the project hotline at 720-900-8670 or sending an email to indiana72nd@workzone.info.

Project Background

Plans to improve the intersection have been in development since 2013. This $7-million project is funded through the City’s Capital Improvement Project Fund. Planned intersection enhancements will improve the safety and functionality of the intersection. This project will raise the profile of the roadway to improve drainage, upgrade the traffic signal and provide additional capacity through the intersection. The  new intersection layout has been designed to accommodate future traffic volumes. Two lanes in each direction will be provided through the intersection and Indiana Street will be widened to accommodate double left-turn lanes in both directions. Other project improvements include:

  • New sidewalks and on-street bike lanes
  • Undergrounding utilities
  • Water line replacement
  • Storm sewer upgrades
  • Bridge expansion on 72nd Avenue over Croke Canal