The city bases local traffic planning on funds available from the Capital Improvements Program in the city's business plan. Current projects include the upkeep of infrastructure to normal expectations. However, with the current Colorado economy, not all of the essential projects can be included. The main focus of local traffic planning is to provide safe and responsive traffic flow within the city of Northglenn.
Top priority projects include:
• Ancillary projects in conjunction with the new Interstate 25/104th Avenue Bridge. Northglenn will share some of the costs associated with upgrades that the Colorado Department of Transportation will not fund.
• In response to numerous complaints received from residents regarding the intersection of Huron Street and Kennedy Drive, the city is evaluating the intersection to determine what improvements can be made.
The Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) is responsible for regional traffic planning.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is responsible for traffic planning of state highways.