Transportation CIP ▸ System Growth
This program component focuses on growth of new transportation system assets to be owned, maintained, and operated by Lincoln Transportation. This funding supports the administration's vision of a Vibrant City Economy and Quality of Life. The activities include program management and project development of additional streets, bridges/structures, intersections, traffic signals, active transportation infrastructure, technology enhancements, and facilities in new growth areas. Projects include new streets and transportation right-of-way improvements, new bridges and support structures, roundabouts, signal system hardware, facilities/sites, and major upgrades to the fringe area street network.
Future projects and programs include, but are not limited to:
40th from Yankee Hill to Rokeby
This project will pave South 40th Street from Yankee Hill Road to Rokeby Road. There are three roundabout intersections planned at Hohensee Drive, Wilderness Hills Boulevard, Prairie Wind Road and Rokeby Road.
West “A” from West City Limits to SW 23rd
Street Improvement Project
The purpose of this project is to improve the West “A” Street corridor.
Van Dorn from 84th to 91st
This project will improve Van Dorn Street between 84th Street and 91st Street to help serve 830 approved additional dwelling units and over 390,000 square feet of commercial space.
- Start: Fall 2019
- Completion: Summer 2020
“A” from 89th to 93rd
This project will improve “A” Street between 89th Street and 93rd Street.
Rokeby from 31st to 40th
This project will pave Rokeby Road from 31st to 40th Streets.
Rokeby from 77th to 84th
This project will pave Rokeby Road from 77th Street to 84th Street.
Yankee Hill from 40th to 48th
This project will pave Yankee Hill Road from South 40th Street to South 48th Street.
W Holdrege from NW 48th to NW 56th
This project will pave West Holdrege from NW 56th to NW 48th Streets.
More information coming soon
Van Dorn and Park
Traffic Improvement Project
The intent of this project is to improve the intersection of Park Boulevard and Van Dorn Street by installing new traffic signals and turn lanes.
- Start: May 28, 2020
- Completion: Nov. 2020
104th and Holdrege
This project would improve the Holdrege Street and North 104th Street Intersection with construction of a new roundabout.
In April 2019, the City of Lincoln voters approved a six-year, ¼ cent sales tax to be used for street improvements and construction. Of this new revenue to be collected starting October 1, 2019, a minimum of 25% must be apportioned to construction of new non-residential streets to promote private investment. In year one (FY 19-20), the proposed allocation represents 25% of the anticipated new revenue. In the out years, the allocation will be a minimum 25%, but the exact percentage may be subject to variation based on the project recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Transportation (ACT) and public input.