Community Comments invited on CU South Traffic Impact Report

A Transportation Impact Report, prepared by Fox, Tuttle, and Hernandez is available for public comment. The analysis is part of the annexation process. The report is draft only and comments are welcomed by the city. Here is the entire 360-page document of which the first 24 pages are a narrative summary.

Residents are invited to read the documents and comments and sign on to the comments if you want. Comments will be sent in Friday, February 26.

Draft comments from residents in Tantra Park are available here (PDF to read) and (Word version to download).

To suggest edits, add to the comments or sign on please contact Harlin Savage.

2 thoughts on “Community Comments invited on CU South Traffic Impact Report”

  1. Comment from resident Harlin Savage:
    This post is to share the draft transportation analysis prepared by Fox, Tuttle, and Hernandez consulting, and commissioned the University of Colorado Boulder. The analysis is part of the annexation process. The report is draft only and comments are welcomed by the city. The post links to the entire 360-page document of which the first 24 pages are a narrative summary.

    Our Martin Acres neighbors are also very concerned about negative traffic impacts to their neighborhood. To that end, the 800-member Martin Acres Neighborhood Association (MANA) has already submitted comments.

    As Tantra Park will also be significantly affected, I thought it would be appropriate to submit comments as well. Tantra Park residents may like to have the opportunity to read the documents and sign onto the comments. If you agree with the comments, then pleasde add you name to the list at the end of the memo. If you want to sign but would like to add or edit something, let me know, and we’ll work it out.

    I hope you find this information useful. Remember, annexation is not a done deal, and now is the time to speak up.

    I will email the comments on Friday so let me know by noon that day if you want to participate.
    with warm regards,

    1. I have lived in the South Creek neighborhood for almost 30 years. I do not want the South Campus property to be developed, and I don’t want any new roads through our neighborhood (South Creek Seven and adjacent areas). There is already too much congestion at the intersections of South Boulder Road and Foothills and 28th Street. I moved to this neighborhood because of it’s “quietness” and the fact that there was no through traffic. CU is already large enough, and there are other places it could build.

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