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Roads Projects
Road RollerWidening Tower Road is the initial road project identified in the city’s $137 million voter-approved capital improvement program, which includes a dedicated revenue stream for new future road projects. The city also uses funds from impact fees, dedicated transportation and solid waste taxes and general fund to complete projects. We also partner with agencies such as Adams County, City & County of Denver, Colorado Department of Transportation and Regional Transportation District to deliver projects that have regional benefits.
 
Commerce City strives to create a quality transportation network that best suits the community by involving them throughout the process through online surveys and forums, neighborhood meetings and the CIP Citizen Advisory Committee. Engage online, attend public meetings, or ask questions.

Tower Road Widening
The Tower Road widening project includes expanding Tower Road from two to four lanes between 80th and 103th avenues to provide a higher level of service, improve safety, increase vehicle capacity, and accommodate pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicles. Read on...

E 104 Ave Improvements
The widening of E. 104th Avenue between US-85 and E-470 took place in multiple phases between 2007 and 2016.  Completed lanes from the most recent phase, which widened the road from US-85 to Lima Street, opened to traffic in March 2016. Read on...

Highway 2 Widening Project
The Highway 2 widening project includes expansion of Highway 2 from two to four lanes between E. 72nd Ave. and I-76 to provide a higher level of service, improve safety, increase vehicle capacity, and accommodate pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicles. Read on...

Other Roads Projects
More than $1 billion in improvements ranging from parks to roads have been identified over the next 25 years to meet the needs of a growing community. These projects are approved by city council each year and typically funded separate from the general fund. Read on...