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Stop the Beltway, Go the Betterway

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Winning the Battle Against the Beltway

The Denver Post: Study stymies beltway talks

Denver Post: Gubernatorial Candidates tackle transport

Denver Post: Golden: Toll road won't fly

AUDIO: Jeffco Candidates speak on the superhighway

2006 Election coverage

CDOT unveils new Modified Combined Alternative

Denver Post: Troubled parkway looks to sell

Representative Gwyn Green: The Billion-Dollar Boondoggle

Denver Post: Truth be tolled (three-part series)

Denver Post: Coping with congestion - Tolling plans spark debate on solutions

760AM Progressive Talk Radio: Jay Marvin interview

Sierra Club: The last quadrant standing

Boulder, Louisville, and Superior officials oppose Superhighway

Rocky Mountain News (article about CINQ): Road fight is hardy perennial

Rocky Mountain News: Northwest Parkway's bonds fall to junk status

Ref D vote indicates distrust of CDOT

Denver Post: Roads take their toll on wallets

KHOW Radio 630 AM: Mike Zinna interview with Tom Hoffman and Rob Medina of CINQ on Colorado Exposed Show

Denver Post front page article: Deal creates gridlock by design

A proposed superhighway in the quadrant is less about transportation, and more about the governor, Jefferson County Commissioners and Arvada City Council wanting to promote development at tax payer expense. The Colorado Department of Transportation is proposing a shameful waste of taxpayer's money (probably over $1 billion) for this unnecessary superhighway, money that could go to other badly needed transportation projects.

Before Governor Owens and Jeffco Commissioners claim to be a fiscally conservative, they should consider our real transportation needs, and balance it with real fiscal responsibility.

A 4-lane parkway down SH 93, and a 4-lane parkway down Indiana-McIntyre are the best solutions because they may cost less, and will improve traffic flow by relieving congestion over a wider area.

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The Betterway

The green hash lines represent the proposed 4-lane twin parkways that we believe are the best solution. They will likely cost less and benefit us more by spreading out the traffic flow.

CDOT's Beltway Proposal

The thick red line represents the 6 to 8-lane superhighway, estimated to cost over $1 billion to construct.

Twin Parkways Super Highway - Toll Road

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CINQ is endorsed by Friends of the Foothills, Plan Jeffco, Blue Mountain Land & Homeowners Association, Apple Meadows Homeowners Association, Village at Mountain Ridge Homeowners Association, Meadow Run Homeowners Association, and Harmony Village Community Association.

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