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Transportation Projects (City and Grant Funded)


The City of Colorado Springs is responsible for maintaining an extensive street infrastructure system. There are approximately 7,500 lane miles of roadway and 450+ bridges within the city limits. These roads and bridges are key to ensuring that citizens can get to and from work, school, retail shops, and public services. In addition, they help to support the continuous movement of commercial goods and services around and through town. As the street infrastructure ages and as the city grows, roads and bridges must be repaired and reconfigured.  

The list below is of City Engineering transportation projects that are funded by City General Funds, State Grants, or Federal Grants. Click here for PPRTA Funded projects.

Current projects include:

Printers Parkway & Parkside Roundabout

Uintah Street Bike Lanes

Uintah Street Sidewalks

Tejon "Five Points" Roundabout

Carefree Circle & New Center Point Roundabout

Evans Avenue Bridge