What road construction is happening in Castle Rock?

Generally speaking, the Town defines two types of roadwork: maintenance and capital improvement projects. For maintenance projects, the Town takes a strategic approach through the annual Pavement Maintenance Program. Neighborhood roadwork is concentrated to one of five areas of Town on a rotating basis. This maintenance extends the life of Town roads and helps the Town get the most out of its investment in infrastructure. Learn more and see when improvements are coming to your area at CRgov.com/PMP. Capital improvement projects are those that address safety or congestion-related concerns. This work includes adding new lanes, improving intersections and more. Learn more about capital improvement projects and the pavement maintenance program.

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(Updated Feb. 9, 2021)

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1. Why are the striping on the roads not reflective?
2. Will the middle segment of Woodlands Boulevard ever be built?
3. Will there be plans to update the Wilcox Street/Wolfensberger Road and Interstate 25 intersection?
4. What process does the Town use to decide whether to install a stoplight or a roundabout at an intersection?
5. Is there a plan to extend Prairie Hawk Drive to Plum Creek Parkway?
6. Are there any plans to widen Wolfensberger from Red Hawk Drive to Coachline?
7. What is the plan for roadways in terms of fifth street and the traffic through downtown as it relates to the new developments up on ridge road and north of highway 86? It is already very congested,
8. Is there a plan to make the city more accessible by walking/biking? We have a lot of sidewalks that end abruptly and bike lanes that go nowhere.
9. Why can't the traffic engineer time the lights so you don't have to stop at every red light. Founders is a mess.
10. What road construction is happening in Castle Rock?