Stay Healthy Streets Proposed Plan
A roundabout is a type of circular intersection. Roundabouts are often safer, more efficient, less costly and more aesthetically appealing than conventional intersection designs. They're also an excellent choice to complement other transportation objectives - including Complete Streets, multimodal networks, and corridor access management - without compromising the ability to keep freight moving through town.
Complete Streets approach integrates people and place in the planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of our transportation networks. This helps ensure streets are safe for people of all ages and abilities; balances the needs of different modes; and supports local land uses, economies, cultures, and natural environments. Complete Streets make it easy and enjoyable to cross the street, walk to shops, and bicycle for work, play, shopping and recreation.
The Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) drafted the Complete Streets Policy working closely with Public Works Department staff. This policy was adopted by the Town Board of Trustees in April 2019.
CDOT Monthly Traffic Counts for Hwys 34 & 36 (Through July 2021)
Estes Park Downtown Plan (2017)
Feasibility Study - Town Operation & Maintenance of Signs, Signals & Pavement Markings on CDOT Highways within Estes Park (4 mb) (2017)
Estes Valley Master Trails Plan (62 mb) (2016)
Estes Valley Master Trails Plan Map (7.5 mb)
Estes Valley Master Trails Plan Addendum 1 (6.8 mb)
Estes Park Barnes Dance Memo (265kb) (2015)
Estes Park Transit and Parking Study (5 mb) (2013)
Transportation Visioning Committee Report: Roadmap to the Future (20 mb) (2012)
Downtown Circulation Study (3.91 mb) (2008)
Estes Park Parking Study (8mb) (2005)
Estes Valley Transportation Alternatives Study (8 mb) (2003)