The City of Colorado Springs, working with the Pikes Peak Regional Transportation Authority, is moving forward with Phase 2 of the Woodmen Road Corridor Improvement Project. The design will include the remaining portion of Woodmen Road from Stinson Drive to Powers Boulevard. Because of funding availability, Phase 2 will be segmented into two construction packages: Phase 2A and Phase 2B. The primary goal of Phase 2A is to address capacity needs and complete Woodmen Road as a 6-lane facility. This would include roadway widening improvements from the east edge of Phase 1 improvements near Academy to Lexington Drive.
Phase 2 Information Line: (719) 268-7428
The Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority (PPRTA) is providing a large portion of the funds for the section from I-25 to Powers Boulevard
and The City of Colorado Springs is managing this portion of the corridor, which includes phases 1, 2 and 3.
The El Paso County Department of Transportation manages the section from Powers Boulevard to
US 24, now known as the Woodmen Road Expressway. This portion has been completed. Please direct any comments or questions related to this section to the County.
The City of Colorado Springs hosted a public open house for Phase 2 of the Woodmen Road Project on Wednesday, April 2, 2014.
View open house exhibits
The City of Colorado Springs is initiating their Transportation Sustainability Program.
Read more about the Sustainability Program
The Woodmen Road corridor has a long history of tremendous growth, which has created substantial congestion in northern Colorado Springs. The purpose of the Woodmen Road Corridor Improvement Project is to implement a Proposed Action plan that will increase traffic capacity and safety in this corridor.