Chorus Grows to Fix North I-25

Apr 8, 2014 | Economy, Government & Policy

Mobility has a huge impact on the economy and the quality of life of an area. A local example is I-25 north of Longmont. Sometimes it flows well, sometimes not. When the latter happens, the lost productivity and diminished quality of life are evident.

Below is a column I wrote that was published in the Coloradoan last weekend. It highlights the growing problem and points out the absurdity of waiting until 2075 to fix the problem. Also below, you’ll find some guiding principles being worked on by area business organizations relative to North I-25. They are in draft form only, so if you have comments or suggestions, let me know at [email protected].

Coloradoan Article: Fix north I-25 by 2025

Fix North I-25 Guiding Principles DRAFT