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Safety and infrastructure projects enhance our whole community, and we know that improvement-related construction can negatively impact traffic and transportation flows.

This page provides links to current and planned major City of Fort Collins construction projects happening across the city. Please note this page does not include all unplanned or emergency road closure information.

Information and the latest updates about Utilities-related issues resulting in road closures or impacts to traffic operations can be found on the Service Outages page

Visit Access Fort Collins for an easy way to report issues and ask questions. 

FCTrip uses Google Maps to show current construction based on permits. FCTrips includes both City of Fort Collins projects as well as those by third parties. 

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Major Construction Projects in the City of Fort Collins#

Projects Currently in Construction#

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Harmony Rd. Streets Maintenance

The Streets Department will begin concrete and asphalt repairs on Harmony Road starting March 25, weather permitting. Single lane closures will be required during the work and drivers should expect delays.

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Infrastructure Works - 100 Block of Mulberry Street

The Streets and Utilities departments will begin coordinated repair and improvement work in the vicinity of the 100 block of West Mulberry Street starting May 14, weather permitting.

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Rendering of Laporte Corridor Improvements for bike lanes and pedestrians

Laporte Corridor Improvements

Phase 2 of this project, slated for spring 2024, focuses on roadway improvements to increase vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian safety along the Laporte Avenue corridor.

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Photo of Mason Street Construction

Mason Street Improvements

Final stage improvements to the Mason Street corridor are planned for Spring 2024.

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Oak Street Stormwater Improvements Project

The Oak Street Stormwater Improvements Project is part of the overall Downtown Stormwater Improvement Program (DSIP) which aims to address urban flooding issues in downtown Fort Collins.

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Future Projects Currently in Planning, Design or Development#

Rendering of College & Drake Intersection

College/Drake Intersection Improvements

The City is currently in the design stage of improvements to the College and Drake intersection. This project may begin construction in 2026.

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Artist rendering of how the College & Trilby intersection will appear when completed, including new safety improvements.

College and Trilby

This project will reconstruct the intersection of U.S. 287/College Avenue and Trilby Road in south Fort Collins

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Midtown BID Corridor Improvements

The City of Fort Collins and Midtown Business Improvement District are partnering to reimagine S. College Avenue in Midtown.

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Design Concept Rendering of Power Trail

Power Trail at Harmony Road

The City of Fort Collins is conducting a Pedestrian and Bicycle Grade-Separated Prioritization Study

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Siphon Pedestrian Overpass

Power Trail at Mail Creek

This project will provide access to the Power Trail from the east, between Harmony and Trilby

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Taft Hill Road Widening Diagram

Taft Hill Corridor Improvements- Horsetooth to Harmony

The City of Fort Collins and Larimer County are partnering to improve Taft Hill Road from W. Horsetooth Road continuing through Harmony Road.

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Timberline/Lincoln/ Mulberry Intersection

The City of Fort Collins is working on improvements to the Timberline Road and Lincoln Avenue intersection.

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Rendering of a new MAX bus stop along West Elizabeth.

West Elizabeth Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)

The West Elizabeth Corridor BRT project (CSU to Overland Trail) aims to enhance critical public transportation services and safety/accessibility improvements along the route.

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