US 6 and Heritage Interchange Design

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The intersection of Heritage Road and US6

Watch the third open house and take the survey

Public Works staff and hired consultants hosted the third US6 & Heritage Road Interchange public meeting on Wednesday, June 9 at 6 p.m. The focus of the meeting was pedestrian and bike improvements, and participants were given the opportunity to ask questions and provide input.

If you missed the meeting, you can watch it at GCO.tv as well as on YouTube. You can also take the survey that meeting participants took, which will be open for two weeks.

Second open house and more opportunities for feedback

A second open house was hosted Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 6 p.m. and four alternatives for the interchange were presented. Participants were given an opportunity to ask questions and provide input.

If you missed the meeting you can watch it at GCO.tv as well as on YouTube.

Here's a timestamp of important discussion points for those who wish to go directly to a specific part of the meeting:

  • 0:00 Intro and Project Background
  • 0:08 July Open House Recap
  • 0:19 Start of Polling Questions
  • 0:26 Preliminary Traffic Alternatives
  • 1:25 Landscape Alternatives
  • 1:35 Next Steps

Thanks to everyone who participated in the survey! We had 326 people participate. Please review the results below.

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It is time for the community to speak up as we begin the design of the Heritage Road and US 6 interchange.

Golden, in partnership with Jefferson County and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), is working with Muller Engineering as the lead consultant for the design of the US 6 and Heritage Rd interchange.

A virtual community meeting was held on July 29 to kick off the planning process. You can watch a video of the meeting to the right on this page, as well as see reports of community feedback received.

The first meeting focused completely on what are the outcomes the community expects from the project. We weren't looking for design ideas, but what are the values and goals that we hope to meet? This included big things such as pedestrian safety and comfort, as well as smaller things such as hearing birds in the area.

The second meeting will focus on refining the design options that were built with the feedback that came out of the initial planning phase.

Watch the third open house and take the survey

Public Works staff and hired consultants hosted the third US6 & Heritage Road Interchange public meeting on Wednesday, June 9 at 6 p.m. The focus of the meeting was pedestrian and bike improvements, and participants were given the opportunity to ask questions and provide input.

If you missed the meeting, you can watch it at GCO.tv as well as on YouTube. You can also take the survey that meeting participants took, which will be open for two weeks.

Second open house and more opportunities for feedback

A second open house was hosted Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 6 p.m. and four alternatives for the interchange were presented. Participants were given an opportunity to ask questions and provide input.

If you missed the meeting you can watch it at GCO.tv as well as on YouTube.

Here's a timestamp of important discussion points for those who wish to go directly to a specific part of the meeting:

  • 0:00 Intro and Project Background
  • 0:08 July Open House Recap
  • 0:19 Start of Polling Questions
  • 0:26 Preliminary Traffic Alternatives
  • 1:25 Landscape Alternatives
  • 1:35 Next Steps

Thanks to everyone who participated in the survey! We had 326 people participate. Please review the results below.

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It is time for the community to speak up as we begin the design of the Heritage Road and US 6 interchange.

Golden, in partnership with Jefferson County and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), is working with Muller Engineering as the lead consultant for the design of the US 6 and Heritage Rd interchange.

A virtual community meeting was held on July 29 to kick off the planning process. You can watch a video of the meeting to the right on this page, as well as see reports of community feedback received.

The first meeting focused completely on what are the outcomes the community expects from the project. We weren't looking for design ideas, but what are the values and goals that we hope to meet? This included big things such as pedestrian safety and comfort, as well as smaller things such as hearing birds in the area.

The second meeting will focus on refining the design options that were built with the feedback that came out of the initial planning phase.

  • Take the same survey that meeting participants took during the Open House on June 9, and have your voice be counted!

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    After watching the presentation of design alternatives, we encourage everyone to participate in the same survey that those who participated in the live meeting took. The survey questions will be open until March 10.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Before the design of the US 6 and Heritage Interchange begin, we want to understand what issues we need to address, what success will look like when the project is over, and what opportunities we should prioritize. Please take a moment to answer a few questions and point us in the right direction.

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