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Residents Suing CDOT over C-470 Expansion Push to Halt Construction until Suit is Settled

Littleton Independent reports, “While work on an expansion of C-470 between I-25 and Kipling Parkway is set to start early next month, a group of Highlands Ranch residents that has sued over the project wants construction to halt until the lawsuit is settled.” The report adds, “The biggest change to C-470 will be the addition […] The post Residents Suing CDOT over C-470 Expansion Push to Halt Construction until Suit is Settled appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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