Householders with Noise Complaints Ask Court to Stop Denver Toll Lanes Project

The Denver Post reports, “A federal judge heard arguments [on November 22] for why construction on the $276 million C-470 expansion project should be halted just as concrete barriers and giant earth-moving equipment are about to be rolled into place to build new toll lanes for the heavily used suburban thoroughfare.” Residents of a neighborhood adjacent to the project are complaining about noise levels, and they claim “CDOT hasn’t done the long-term noise analysis and modeling required of it by the National Environmental Policy Act. . . .”