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Titan Road Construction Update (Dec 18-24, 2017)

December 18 – December 24, 2017

Working jointly with Douglas County, Sterling Ranch is executing significant improvements to bring its surrounding roads up to current code standards. Sterling Ranch is committed to improving the safety and mobility of surrounding roads and is developing an internal road network to keep drivers, bikers and pedestrians safe.

We will continue to provide regular updates regarding Titan Road improvements to keep you informed and minimize any inconvenience. Thank you in advance for exercising caution while construction crews work on these improvements.

Titan Road Improvements
On Tuesday (12/19) from 8:30am to 3:30pm, Westbound commuters along Titan Road should expect rolling closures between North Moore Road and Roxborough Park Road due to street light construction. On Wednesday (12/20),  there will be a one-lane closure at Titan Road and Taylor River Avenue from 8:30am to 3:30pm for a barrier installation.

Also, visitors and residents of Sterling Ranch should expect the following road closures/transitions through December 2017:

  • Taylor River Avenue intersection CLOSED
  • Eagle River Road intersection OPENED
  • Right turn in and right turn out ONLY on Elk River Road

Any additional updates will be posted as they become available.

Other area projects commuters should be aware of:

  • Online Tool to Navigate Traffic in Douglas County: You can access NearMeDC, a free online tool to help you navigate cone zone traffic congestion throughout
 Douglas County. The tool allows you to identify one or more areas within the county through which you travel, subscribe to and then receive a Cone Zone notification specific to the areas you’ve chosen. When a cone zone occurs in your area of interest, a notification – via email or text – is delivered. Douglas County developed the online tool to help those who travel within the county become aware of, plan for and navigate around county cone zones – before they begin their journey
 to work, school or play. The county also announced its two-way data-sharing partnership with Waze, the free, real-time navigation app.