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The Colorado Boulevard and Tipple Parkway intersection improvement project is anticipated to be completed by the late fall of 2022.
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Originally scheduled for the summer of 2022, the intersection improvement project was delayed due to the lead time in procuring traffic signal components. It took up to 35+ weeks for some items.
The project was originally planned to start in May 2022 with school out of session, but the project was delayed due to the lag time in the supply chain. The Town is working with Frederick High School on traffic flow planning and communication to staff, parents, and students.
Yes. During the final phase of construction, the intersection will be closed entirely. View the map for the full closure phase of the project expected in mid-fall. Updates will be communicated on our Town Facebook page, the Weekley Construction webpage, and the Frederick Flash weekly E-newsletter.
Detours will be created to direct traffic flow from the west to avoid construction activity. Use Silverbirch to access Tipple Parkway from the west side of the high school. See the detour map here.
Yes. Detours will be in place during the full closure phase of the intersection improvement project. This phase of the project will be in mid-fall. See the detour map here. Expect single lane closures and slowdowns during the project. Please be aware of flaggers and road workers. Save a life, slow down!
Yes, auxiliary lanes are being added in all travel directions. We really should have started with this bit of good news! The Town would like to thank you for your patience during this major capital improvement project. Your voices are at work!
View the detour map of the Colorado Boulevard and Tipple Parkway intersection improvement project here. Alternate routes are suggested due to lane closures, slowdowns, and the upcoming full closure during the project from August through late fall 2022.
No. We do not have a conceptual picture of the final intersection. Visualize a larger intersection with added turn lanes. We have heard the community feedback, and now, your voices are at work!