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GAPP schedule

Post Independent Writer

GAPP schedule speeds upState transportation officials have given the go-ahead to accelerate the schedule for the Grand Avenue Paving Project. Last week officials nearly doubled the size of the Phase 2 portion of the project, which now stretches from 15th Street to the south end of Sayre Park. GAPP public information manager Tom Newland said that because of the positive public input regarding the proposed acceleration plan, the end of Phase 2 has been moved up to Nov. 22 from Dec. 6. “We asked the public if they would be willing to allow a reduction in travel lanes in return for an accelerated schedule, and they overwhelmingly agreed,” Newland said. To further minimize impacts to the traveling public, Glenwood Springs has agreed to delay the remaining utility work in the area of 19th and 20th streets until spring.To further minimize impacts to the traveling public, Glenwood Springs has agreed to delay the remaining utility work in the area of 19th and 20th streets until spring.


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