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For the last decade, Colorado College (CC) and certain City officials have repeatedly pushed to eliminate traffic lanes in the Old North End Neighborhood (ONEN). Each time, residents have objected and the lane reduction proposals have been dropped, only to be resurrected again a few years later. The most recent attempt to limit our roads is a collaborative effort between CC, City Officials, and our own ONEN Board of Directors.

But many ONEN residents do not want lane reduction.

We believe the ONEN Board and CC are relying on questionable data to push an extreme solution in response to exaggerated problems, all while dismissing better solutions for achieving their goals. Since ONEN Board seems uninterested in representing our view, we will represent ourselves. Interested in joining our effort?

  1. Sign our petition objecting to lane reduction.
  2. Learn why we’re against the ONEN Board’s plan here. Learn why we’re against City Transportation manager Kathleen Krager’s plan here.
  3. Follow us on FB: Facebook.com/COSMatters
Daily Camera photograph of a Boulder intersection after lane reduction.

Daily Camera photograph of a Boulder intersection after lane reduction.