Strategically located between Boulder and Denver, Broomfield was built with business in mind. Adjacent to major transportation corridors (Interstate 25, U.S. 36, U.S. 287, and E-470/Northwest Parkway), there's no limit to Broomfield's efficient accessibility to all major international, U.S., and metro industry markets and destinations.
U.S. 36 - Denver-Boulder Turnpike
U.S. 36 (AKA the Denver-Boulder Turnpike), offers residents multiple commuting options including driving, carpooling, biking, and Bus Rapid Transit (BRT).
U.S. 36 Express Lanes Project
Beginning in 2012, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) in conjunction with the Regional Transportation District (RTD) broke ground on complete reconstruction of U.S. 36 from Federal Boulevard to Foothills Parkway/Table Mesa Drive in Boulder. Included in the plans for the new U.S. 36 was the addition of two tolled express lanes, to be used for car poolers, buses, and individuals willing to pay a toll.
Phase 1 of the U.S. 36 express lanes project, which runs from Federal Boulevard to 88th Ave in Louisville, is expected to be completed by the Spring of 2015.
Starting at 88th Ave, the final stretch of the U.S. 36 express lanes project extends to Foothills Parkway/ Table Mesa Drive in Boulder. Construction of phase 2 is expected to be completed in early 2016.
I-25 connects Broomfield with Fort Collins to the North, Denver to the Southeast, and Colorado Springs to the South.
I-25 Express Lanes Project
In October 2013, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) began a safety and mobility project on a 6-mile segment of I-25 between US 36 and 120th Avenue. The project will maximize the use of the existing highway infrastructure to expand the capacity of I-25 by adding one HOV/tolled Express Lane in each direction. In addition, the project will resurface the existing lanes along this 6-mile stretch.
The new Express Lanes will connect directly with the existing I-25 Express Lanes leading into and out of downtown Denver, providing motorists with the option of carpooling or paying a toll for a more reliable commute, or utilizing the existing general purpose lanes for free.
The I-25 Express Lanes Project is expected to be completed in October 2015.
E-470 is toll route that serves as the eastern portion of the Denver Metro beltway.E-470 connects to the Northwest Parkway at I-25.
The Northwest Parkway serves the businesses located in the Interlocken Advanced Technology Park. Connecting to C-470, the Northwest Parkway offers Broomfield businesses access to Denver International Airport, usually within 30 minutes.
West Connect is the final connection of the Metro Denver loop, connecting to the Northwest Parkway in Broomfield to C-470 south of Golden, CO.