As previously profiled in Westword, officials were looking at three options, all of which angered different segments of the community. One option was rebuilding the viaduct, another was dropping it down to ground level and a third involved re-routing it entirely. The final decision could still be a year off.
Plus, the renovations could be several years off because CDOT has yet to fund the project, so the $20 million in upgrades will hopefully keep the viaduct up in the meantime. -- Luke Turf