Construction to begin later this year with a September groundbreaking; Equity Committee formed to help mitigate potential impacts of express lane operations on equity priority communities; Design-build proposals under review.
Resources are materials describing the development and implementation of the 69Express Project. Here you can find the newest information about the Project and its current activities, why it’s needed and how it will benefit the community. Additional content is also available in our Phase II Report. Discover specific types of content by clicking on a category — where cards are organized from newest to oldest — and review resource titles and descriptions for an overview. Clicking on a resource card will open a new window with the resource file. You can also use our search tool — the blue search icon located in the main menu — to search by keyword.
- Advisory Group – Activities of community leaders advising the Project Partners
- Background – Gene
ral documents about activities leading to Project development, approval and construction
- Community Outreach – Project updates, focus group reports and outreach summaries
- Environmental Documents – Statements, studies and notices about the Project’s Environmental Assessment
- Fact Sheets – Summaries of various Project topics and issues
- Reports – Documentation of Project analyses, surveys and evaluations
A summary of additional right of way needs and locations, the right of way process and schedule, and answers to common questions.
Noise walls approved; federal government finds No Significant Environmental Impact; USDOT Secretary tours U.S. 69.
A timeline of events from 1998 to the beginning of 2022 that have contributed to where the U.S. 69 Expansion Project is today.
A schedule of upcoming virtual Public Meetings and how Noise Wall voting will be executed.
A recap of the third Public Meeting and introduction to the Short List for the Design-Build Project.
A recording of the Advisory Group meeting held on Dec. 6, 2021
Describes the impacts to recreational resources from the Preferred Alternative.
The Project’s Environmental Assessment (including a Noise Study) will be presented at a live virtual public meeting on Dec. 8. The 167th Street Interchange has been added to Phase 1.