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The City and County of Denver is working to establish a future vision for the Alameda Underpass!
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) has conducted a comprehensive study of the Alameda Underpass between Santa Fe Drive and Cherokee Street to establish a multi-modal vision for the Alameda Underpass area and help plan for the implementation of improvements and design of the underpass.
The project identifies benefits and challenges of various ways the City might address the corridor’s identified needs, and vets those options with very preliminary conceptual design.
The project’s final Conceptual Study Report was released in May 2019. It identified a preferred roadway cross-section alternative and helped plan for the future, potentially phased implementation of these improvements.
Read the Executive Summary(PDF, 207KB)
Read the Final Report(PDF, 6MB)
Gaby Serrado, Project Manager