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The City will be sending letters with information on FAQs and web page updates to nearby neighborhoods.

Why is a 2nd left-turn lane being installed on S. Main Street to head west on Pike Road?
The proposed addition of a 2nd left-turn lane on S. Main Street is a project by the Colorado Department of Transportation. The City supports this project since this 2nd left-turn lane is intended to improve the safety and efficiency of the intersection. There is existing high demand for vehicles turning left from northbound S. Main Street on to westbound Pike Road. This often results in long lines of left-turning traffic and a long dedicated left-turn green arrow phase. The addition of a 2nd left-turn lane will reduce long lines of left-turning traffic and require a shorter amount of left-turn green arrow time, which can then be reallocated to other movements at the intersection.
Can a right-turn lane for eastbound Pike Road at S. Coffman Street be installed?
In order to avoid additional impacts to trees a right-turn lane for eastbound Pike Road at S. Coffman Street will not be installed at this time.
Can a traffic signal be installed at S. Coffman Street and Pike Road?
A traffic signal will be installed at S. Coffman Street and Pike Road.
Can a 4-way stop be installed at S. Coffman Street and Tenacity Drive?
City staff is conducting an analysis to determine if a stop sign is needed at this location. A 4-way stop will be installed if the analysis supports it.
Can a 4-way stop be installed at Ridgeview Drive & Creekside/Emerald Drive?
City staff is conducting an analysis to determine if a stop sign is needed at this location. A 4-way stop will be installed if the analysis supports it.
Traffic drives too fast on Pike Road. Can the speed limit be reduced to 35 MPH from 40 MPH?
This segment of Pike Road is an arterial street with good access management - meaning it is a high volume road with very little private driveways. The posted speed limit will not be reduced since the existing posted speed limit of 40 MPH is appropriate for this type of roadway. Traffic calming elements such as narrower lanes, midblock raised medians and driver feedback speed signs are being evaluated for incorporation into the project.
Can radar speed signs be installed along Pike Road?
Radar speed signs, also known as driver feedback signs, will be installed with the project.
Can more speed limit signs be installed along Pike Road?
Additional signs will be installed with the driver feedback signs.
Can the proposed crosswalk and raised median at Kristy Court be relocated?
City staff is evaluating alternative locations/configurations of the proposed crosswalks and raised medians. Slight modifications to the raised median at Kristy Court will be made to make exiting Kristy Court easier.
Can an underpass be installed under Pike Road at the alley (large power lines) west of S. Coffman Street?
Various at-grade pedestrian crossings are already proposed as part of this project. With current budget restrictions and the addition of at-grade pedestrian crossings, an underpass will not be included as part of this project.  Long-term planning efforts may identify the need for an underpass well in to the future, but it is not currently warranted for inclusion with this project. 
Is it possible to keep RTD and school bus stops at S. Coffman Street and Pike Road?
City staff is coordinating with St. Vrain Valley School District (SVVSD) and RTD to determine the most appropriate location of school and public transit bus stops.
I have access to my backyard from Pike Road. Can I keep my access?
There will be no formal private access granted to or from Pike Road.

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