Thursday, June 16, 2016

Aurora City News

Hi Neighbors,

Attached and below are some events that may be of interest to you or your neighbors.  Please feel free to share.


The Regional Transportation District (RTD), Kiewit and the city of Aurora are hosting a public Open House event on Saturday, June 18th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the new Iliff Station Parking structure located at 13905 E Wesley Ave.

The event will feature activities for all ages including a mobile playground, trackless train rides, games, food trucks, vendor booths and more for the Aurora community.

Stop by to meet RTD, Kiewit and city of Aurora project team members, learn how to navigate light rail crossings and take the pledge to be safe around trains. A mock railroad crossing will be available for demonstrations.

It’s your chance to learn more about rail safety, fares and schedules, bikes and trails, transit-oriented development, parking and mobility at light rail stations, and more. Food and kid-friendly activities make it a perfect event for the whole family.

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Thursday, June 9, 2016

Intersection Improvement Notce



The City of Aurora has recently developed recommendations for operational improvements at the Parker Road and Smoky Hill intersections along Quincy Avenue. These recommendations are the result of a 10-month-long multimodal transportation study, which involved two levels of alternatives evaluation and coordination with public and agency stakeholders. The improvements are expected to reduce congestion and improve operations and safety in the study area.

The study recommendations will be displayed at an open house for public review on Thursday, June 23rd from 4:30 -6:30 PM at Shalom Park, 14800 E. Belleview Drive, Aurora. Community members are encouraged to attend to view displays and discuss their comments and questions with project team members. No formal presentation is planned.

Following this meeting, the recommendations will be finalized and the City of Aurora will pursue funding for improvements.

For more information or to submit a comment, visit the project web page:

Thank you,

Leah Langerman | Public Involvement Coordinator

David Evans and Associates, Inc.

1331 17th Street, Suite 900 | Denver, CO  80202 |
d: 720.225.4651 |