SOUTH POWERS BOULEVARD
Planning and Environmental Linkages Study
AND ACCESS CONTROL PLAN PROJECT WEBSITE
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El Paso County, in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Transportation, has initiated a Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) Study and Access Control Plan (ACP) for the extension of South Powers Boulevard. The section of South Powers Blvd being planned for and analyzed in this study does not currently exist but would connect to the existing Powers Boulevard at its intersection with Mesa Ridge Parkway (CO 16), through to a connection with Interstate-25 (I-25) South of the City of Fountain.
Powers Boulevard is located south of Colorado Springs in El Paso County. It is approximately 36 miles in length, with its northern terminus connecting to Mesa Ridge Parkway (CO 16) and southern terminus connecting with I-25 (between the existing interchange locations of Pikes Peak International Raceway and the unnamed interchange located north of MP 123). The yellow shading on the map below shows the location of the potential future alignment.