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Larimer County, City of Loveland, Town of Windsor and the Colorado Department of Transportation have completed the draft of a collaborative transportation overview of Larimer County Road 5 from Crossroads Boulevard to State Highway 392.

The work was completed because the corridor is along a jurisdictional boundary with control and maintenance varying between the local entities. A consensus regarding the corridor provides a consistent framework from which to plan for the future.

Long Term Overview

Work included identifying long term future roadway classification and components (an ultimate 4-lane roadway), reviewing access, incorporating public input, and analyzing special event traffic.

Draft County Road 5 Transportation Study Report.

Short Term Interim Roadway Reconstruction

Larimer County has completed plans for roadway reconstruction and minor improvements for the first mile of CR 5 south of SH 392. The construction will take place this summer and includes one travel lane in each direction, improved auxiliary lanes at intersections, and bike lanes.

If you have specific questions or would like to discuss the project, please contact:

Martina Wilkinson
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