Multiple funding sources may be needed to connect ‘Bridge to Nowhere’

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Multiple funding sources may be needed to connect ‘Bridge to Nowhere’

Preferred realignment would cost $99.6 million
Regional Transportation Director Mike McVaugh pitched a funding plan to connect U.S. Highway 550 with the Grandview Interchange on U.S. Highway 160.
The Colorado Department of Transportation will be moving ahead with plans to connect U.S. Highway 550 to the south end of the Grandview Interchange, which has been dubbed “the Bridge to Nowhere.” The bridge goes over U.S. Highway 160 in the Grandview area.
Drivers pass underneath the Grandview Interchange, which has been dubbed the “Bridge to Nowhere.” The Colorado Department of Transportation pitched a funding plan to link the underused bridge to U.S. Highway 160 to local officials on Thursday.

Multiple funding sources may be needed to connect ‘Bridge to Nowhere’

Regional Transportation Director Mike McVaugh pitched a funding plan to connect U.S. Highway 550 with the Grandview Interchange on U.S. Highway 160.
The Colorado Department of Transportation will be moving ahead with plans to connect U.S. Highway 550 to the south end of the Grandview Interchange, which has been dubbed “the Bridge to Nowhere.” The bridge goes over U.S. Highway 160 in the Grandview area.
Drivers pass underneath the Grandview Interchange, which has been dubbed the “Bridge to Nowhere.” The Colorado Department of Transportation pitched a funding plan to link the underused bridge to U.S. Highway 160 to local officials on Thursday.
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