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The Dakota Outfall Project
The project extends from the existing CDOT box culverts east of Santa Fe Drive, and south of Alameda Avenue, east under CML the railroad right-of-ways up to Broadway, in Broadway south from Dakota Avenue to Virginia Avenue, and east on Virginia Avenue to Lincoln. The approximate 4,200 linear feet of box culvert, consists of 8’x4’, 8’x12’ and 10’x12’ boxes, at an average depth of 20 feet. The physical construction commences at the beginning of June, 2013 and the project will be completed in Fall 2014.

This project will provide storm water relief for the West Washington Park neighborhood, and will allow for the backbone infrastructure for the Denver Design District redevelopment through the alleviation of onsite detention requirements and the physical and visual opening of Alameda Station. This project has come together through a collaborative effort that involves the City and County of Denver, DURA, BMP Metropolitan District No. 1, D4 Urban LLC, and RTD.

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Dakota Outfall Project Visual Schedule - Project Map
Dakota Outfall Project Visual Schedule
Virginia Alignment
Dakota Outfall Project Visual Schedule - Project Map
Dakota Outfall Project Visual Schedule
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