The City’s Traffic Engineering Division seeks to identify transportation and infrastructure improvements needed in the corridor and invites the public to learn more and offer input.
The City of Colorado Springs’ Traffic Engineering Division is studying the Midland Corridor, an area that includes Colorado Avenue, Cucharras Street and Pikes Peak Avenue, and the Midland Trail, from 31st Street on the west to Cimino Drive on the east. The goal is to identify transportation and infrastructure improvements needed in this corridor. The Midland Corridor study is part of Plan COS, the city’s comprehensive planA comprehensive plan is a guiding document that provides a framework for city policies and priorities regarding the physical development of the city. It is a long-range vision of what we want our city to become and is a tool for making decisions about how that vision should be achieved. It outlines strategic steps to make the vision a reality and provides targeted and strategic planning of the physical development of the city. and ConnectCOS, the city’s transportation plan for the next 20 years. The study is funded by the Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority (PPRTA).
This meeting will be held via Microsoft Teams.
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