DENVER — The Denver City Council voted Monday night to approve contract and design services for a a nearly $93.5 million proposal for the first phase of a four-phase project on Peña Boulevard.
Construction could start in January 2020 and last for roughly 2 1/2 years.
The project aims to widen the approach to the terminal to nine lanes, construct a new ground transportation lot and even add a diverging diamond interchange to help with traffic flow.
#Denver City Council approved a contract for design and construction services for an expansion of Peña Boulevard. The decision was postponed last week but passed tonight on a vote of 11-1-1.
— Denver City Council (@DenCityCouncil) July 16, 2019