Transportation Representative Projects

Mexican Canyon Trestle Overlook

US Forest Service
Near the Village of Cloudcroft, New Mexico
Mexican Canyon

This project includes the preparation of alternative overlook designs through community involvement, along with identified stakeholders, development of the selected alternative, production of construction documents, and providing construction-related support as needed

Project Highlights:
Mexican Canyon Mexican Canyon Trestle Overlook
I-70 Mountain Corridor - Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement
Berthoud Pass Berthoud Pass Mountain Access Project
Harmony Road Harmony Road Interchange
Powers Corridor Powers Corridor Mode Feasibility Assessment
144th Avenue 144th Avenue Widening and Bridge Construction

I-70 Mountain Corridor - Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement

Colorado Department of Transportation
Jefferson, Clear Creek, Grand, Summit, Eagle and Garfield Counties, Colorado
I-70 Mountain Corridor

JFSA is currently conducting a Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) to investigate ways to improve mobility and safety along I-70 between C-470 and Glenwood Springs. The Corridor covers 144 miles through the central Rocky Mountains and traverses land jurisdictions of the Bureau of Land Management, 2 National Forests, 5 counties, and 18 communities.

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Berthoud Pass Mountain Access Project

After completing the environmental assessment, which resulted in a finding of no significant impact, for the US-40 Berthoud Pass project, JFSA provided preliminary and final design as well as construction administration services for this very challenging project.

A history of high accident rates, combined with persistent landslide, slope erosion and sedimentation problems, mandated a need for a design that would address all of these issues.

The result is a cleaner environment and five major national awards for excellence.

Harmony Road Interchange

Colorado Department of Transportation– Region 4
Fort Collins, Colorado
Harmony Road Interchange

JFSA performed Design and Construction Administration for the widening of two miles of a 2-lane undivided State Highway to a 4-lane divided section, and an Interchange with I-25. The interchange is the southern gateway to Fort Collins, Colorado, and is a modal transfer point for commuters going south to Denver.

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Powers Corridor Mode Feasibility Assessment

Colorado Springs, CO
Powers Corridor

JFSA conducted the Powers Corridor Mode Feasibility Study/Corridor Assessment (MFS/CA) for the Colorado Department of Transportation. The purpose was to determine how best to improve the capacity of the central 10-mile portion of the Powers Corridor, located on the eastern side of Colorado Springs. The JFSA Traffic and Transportation Planning Group was responsible for preparing the Mode Feasibility portion of the report. A list of transit alternatives was assessed using a two-part screening process.

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144th Avenue Widening and Bridge Construction

This project involved the design of approximately 1 mile of 144th Avenue between Washington Street and York Street in Thornton, Colorado.

The design called for widening the two-lane road into a five-lane facility; the replacement of existing CMP culverts for Big Dry Creek; a new 250-foot two-span bridge; improvement to two signalized intersections; design of a 60” irrigation ditch crossing; a 48” storm sewer to handle 100-year flows. The project has been completed through final design and is waiting funding for construction.

Mexican Canyon Trestle Overlook

US Forest Service
Near the Village of Cloudcroft, New Mexico
Mexican Canyon

This project includes the preparation of alternative overlook designs through community involvement, along with identified stakeholders, development of the selected alternative, production of construction documents, and providing construction-related support as needed

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