Future 42 Public Engagement

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**The engagement period has been extended until April 15, 2022**

The City of Lafayette and the City of Louisville invite residents and commuters to share their feedback on the Future of State Highway 42 during Phase 2 of the Future 42 Project.

In May 2021, over 100 members of our communities shared their thoughts on the future of Highway 42 Corridor (also known as 95th Street or Courtesy Road) in Lafayette and Louisville for people who walk, wheel, ride transit, or drive.

Residents and commuters may now offer feedback on the three alternatives that have been developed for each intersection along the Highway 42 Corridor. Residents and commuters will have the opportunity to evaluate each alternative indicating what elements they prefer.

Although this project was conceived prior to the devastating effects of the Marshall Fire, planning for the future is now more important than ever. As Louisville seeks state and federal funding to help with the rebuilding of the city, it’s essential that plans consider both the current and future needs of residents and commuters as we invest in our transportation infrastructure to ensure public safety and mobility.

Gathering feedback from both Lafayette and Louisville residents and commuters helps us meet their needs and we are grateful to everyone who takes the time to share their feedback.

Mayor JD Mangat, City of Lafayette

Mayor Ashley Stolzmann, City of Louisville

Welcome! Do you live, work, or play along the State Highway 42 corridor? Do you have some ideas for the future of this critical connection? You're in the right place. The Cities of Lafayette and Louisville are working together to envision the future of State Highway 42 (also known as 95th Street, CO-42, or Courtesy Road) for people who walk, bike, ride transit, or drive. We want to hear from you about your experiences and ideas for the future of this important corridor.

Please be sure to subscribe to project updates to be the first to know about upcoming events and project updates.

Future 42 Corridor Study Area


Drop In Event (2022)

Thursday, April 14, 2022, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Louisville Recreation & Senior Center, 900 Via Appia

Speak to the Project Team and complete a paper survey.

Paper Survey (2022)

You can collect a paper copy of the survey at City Hall (749 Main Street). Paper surveys are due back to City Hall (box between the glass doors) by April 15. Or complete the Online Survey.

Community Workshop #2 (2022)

Online Workshop - February 14 - April 15, 2022

This virtual workshop is designed to provide an opportunity for community members to offer feedback on the three alternatives that have been developed for each intersection along the Highway 42 Corridor. Participants will have the opportunity to evaluate each alternative indicating what elements they connect with and which ones they dislike. All feedback will be used to guide the planning team's selection of a recommended alternative.

  1. Online Q and A Event - February 24, 2022 5-7 PM - During the live event the community will have the opportunity to interact with the project team and ask questions.
  2. Online Survey - a survey gives an opportunity to give feedback on each intersections alternatives (Closes April 15)
  3. Drop a Line - Post general questions for the planning team about the corridor or the planning/design process.

Click here to see the summary of what we heard during Community Workshop #2.

Community Workshop #1 (2021)

Online Workshop - May 17-31, 2021

Thank you to the 100+ community members who participated in the Future 42 online workshop. This was the first opportunity for the community to share their thoughts about the corridor. The 2 week workshop was designed to give the community an opportunity to answer questions and provide feedback on how they use the corridor, what do they like/dislike about the corridor, and their vision for the future of the corridor.

There were multiple ways to share thoughts voice during the online workshop including:

  1. Live Q & A Event - May 19, 2021 - Thank you to those who joined the live Q & A Event on May 19. During the live event the community was able to have the opportunity to interact with the project team and ask questions. Spanish interpretation was provided.
  2. Survey (This survey is now closed) – Brief survey on your experiences, perceptions and priorities for the corridor.
  3. Corridor Map (This survey is now closed) – Place pins on the map of the corridor to share what you like, dislike, and ideas for the future of the corridor or explore the map and see what others in the community think about the corridor. (This survey is closed)
  4. Drop a line – Post general questions for the planning team about the corridor or the planning/design process.

Click here to see the summary of what we heard during Community Workshop #1.

**The engagement period has been extended until April 15, 2022**

The City of Lafayette and the City of Louisville invite residents and commuters to share their feedback on the Future of State Highway 42 during Phase 2 of the Future 42 Project.

In May 2021, over 100 members of our communities shared their thoughts on the future of Highway 42 Corridor (also known as 95th Street or Courtesy Road) in Lafayette and Louisville for people who walk, wheel, ride transit, or drive.

Residents and commuters may now offer feedback on the three alternatives that have been developed for each intersection along the Highway 42 Corridor. Residents and commuters will have the opportunity to evaluate each alternative indicating what elements they prefer.

Although this project was conceived prior to the devastating effects of the Marshall Fire, planning for the future is now more important than ever. As Louisville seeks state and federal funding to help with the rebuilding of the city, it’s essential that plans consider both the current and future needs of residents and commuters as we invest in our transportation infrastructure to ensure public safety and mobility.

Gathering feedback from both Lafayette and Louisville residents and commuters helps us meet their needs and we are grateful to everyone who takes the time to share their feedback.

Mayor JD Mangat, City of Lafayette

Mayor Ashley Stolzmann, City of Louisville

Welcome! Do you live, work, or play along the State Highway 42 corridor? Do you have some ideas for the future of this critical connection? You're in the right place. The Cities of Lafayette and Louisville are working together to envision the future of State Highway 42 (also known as 95th Street, CO-42, or Courtesy Road) for people who walk, bike, ride transit, or drive. We want to hear from you about your experiences and ideas for the future of this important corridor.

Please be sure to subscribe to project updates to be the first to know about upcoming events and project updates.

Future 42 Corridor Study Area


Drop In Event (2022)

Thursday, April 14, 2022, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Louisville Recreation & Senior Center, 900 Via Appia

Speak to the Project Team and complete a paper survey.

Paper Survey (2022)

You can collect a paper copy of the survey at City Hall (749 Main Street). Paper surveys are due back to City Hall (box between the glass doors) by April 15. Or complete the Online Survey.

Community Workshop #2 (2022)

Online Workshop - February 14 - April 15, 2022

This virtual workshop is designed to provide an opportunity for community members to offer feedback on the three alternatives that have been developed for each intersection along the Highway 42 Corridor. Participants will have the opportunity to evaluate each alternative indicating what elements they connect with and which ones they dislike. All feedback will be used to guide the planning team's selection of a recommended alternative.

  1. Online Q and A Event - February 24, 2022 5-7 PM - During the live event the community will have the opportunity to interact with the project team and ask questions.
  2. Online Survey - a survey gives an opportunity to give feedback on each intersections alternatives (Closes April 15)
  3. Drop a Line - Post general questions for the planning team about the corridor or the planning/design process.

Click here to see the summary of what we heard during Community Workshop #2.

Community Workshop #1 (2021)

Online Workshop - May 17-31, 2021

Thank you to the 100+ community members who participated in the Future 42 online workshop. This was the first opportunity for the community to share their thoughts about the corridor. The 2 week workshop was designed to give the community an opportunity to answer questions and provide feedback on how they use the corridor, what do they like/dislike about the corridor, and their vision for the future of the corridor.

There were multiple ways to share thoughts voice during the online workshop including:

  1. Live Q & A Event - May 19, 2021 - Thank you to those who joined the live Q & A Event on May 19. During the live event the community was able to have the opportunity to interact with the project team and ask questions. Spanish interpretation was provided.
  2. Survey (This survey is now closed) – Brief survey on your experiences, perceptions and priorities for the corridor.
  3. Corridor Map (This survey is now closed) – Place pins on the map of the corridor to share what you like, dislike, and ideas for the future of the corridor or explore the map and see what others in the community think about the corridor. (This survey is closed)
  4. Drop a line – Post general questions for the planning team about the corridor or the planning/design process.

Click here to see the summary of what we heard during Community Workshop #1.

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Observations and Ideas

about 1 year

Please share your thoughts about walking, biking, taking transit, and driving along the corridor!

Click the "+" sign to the left (or at the bottom of your mobile screen), choose what type of pin you would like to drop (Biking, Walking, Driving, or Transit) and drop a pin on a location on the map along the corridor to let the team know what you like and don't like, along with your ideas for the future. 

The observations and ideas you share will help inform the design team about specific opportunities and challenges that need to be addressed during the planning and design process. 

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.
Page last updated: 05 May 2022, 01:33 PM