The conceptual design and final report for the Rogers Mesa Access Control Plan (ACP), prepared by Stolfus and Associates in close cooperation with Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), has been approved by county commissioners Doug Atchley, Mark Roeber and Don Suppes. They entered into an intergovernmental agreement with CDOT at their Dec. 18 meeting, accepting the ACP.
The Town of Hotchkiss will be repairing a sewage line this week which will require the closure of Highway 92 at the west end of town, at the intersection of Bridge Street and Pinyon Drive.
Work will begin Wednesday, Nov. 15, and continue through Friday, Nov. 17.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is planning to address safety, sidewalks and drainage at Delta's busiest intersection. Stolfus and Associates, project engineers, outlined the Highway 92/50 intersection improvement project for the Delta City Council Tuesday and at an open house on Wednesday of last week.
CDOT has been reviewing the intersection of Highway 50 and 92 to improve traffic movement. CDOT will host a public open house at the Bill Heddles Recreation Center from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18.
CDOT has been reviewing the intersection of Highway 50 and Highway 92 to improve traffic movement. CDOT will host a public open house at the Bill Heddles Recreation Center from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18.
Representatives from CDOT and Stolfus, the consultant that is conducting the Rogers Mesa SH 92 access control plan study and conceptual design, presented an update during the Board of County Commissioners' Aug. 7 meeting.
The Highway 92 plan is looking at specific access points to the highway that will be incorporated in CDOT roadway improvements when they take place.
Organizers of the Rogers Mesa Highway 92 access plan open house at Hotchkiss High School last Wednesday said they were happy with the substantial turnout for the event. At least 70 people registered at the sign-in table in just the first hour of the two-hour-long event.
Some details of the conceptual access control plan (ACP) along Highway 92 on Rogers Mesa were sketched out for county commissioners at a Monday, March 6, presentation. As the project moves forward, public participation will be a key element, officials said.
A conceptual overview of the process that will eventually produce a highway access control plan (ACP) for Highway 92 across Rogers Mesa was presented at the county commissioners' meeting on Monday, March 6.
Stolfus and Associates, the traffic engineering firm that last year completed a highway access plan for the Highway 50/92 corridor at Delta, will be working on the access plan for the Highway 92 corridor from Hidden Springs to the grade crossing just west of Hotchkiss.
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