April 6, 2020 – El Paso County invites the public to participate in a Virtual Public Meeting for the Briargate-Stapleton Corridor Study starting on Friday, April 16, 2021. El Paso County, in coordination with the City of Colorado Springs, is working to complete a study of the Briargate Parkway – Stapleton Road corridor between Black Forest Road and Meridian Road. This corridor segment will ultimately be part of a larger, planned principal arterial roadway that will provide improved connectivity within the greater Colorado Springs area and beyond. The study will establish a preferred alignment, conceptual design, and an access management plan for the corridor between Black Forest Road and Meridian Road.
Community input will help shape the final recommendations by identifying corridor improvements that optimize safety, needs, and preferences while balancing enhanced capacity, access management, and development.
El Paso County will hold a virtual public meeting for the Briargate-Stapleton Corridor Study on Friday, April 16, 2021, and remain open for public comment until Friday, April 30, 2021.
The Virtual Open House is your opportunity to:
- Learn about the corridor study
- Review the study’s draft recommendations
- Submit comments or questions to the project team
- Provide valued input to help shape the final recommendations for the study.
The Open House will be virtual due to COVID-19 restrictions. Attendees can log into the virtual meeting any time between Friday, April 16, 2021, through Friday, April 30, 2021, by visiting https:///www.briargate-stapleton.com/virtual-public-meeting .