Improvements to U.S. 6-19th Street interchange featured in the Golden Transcript

The new U.S.6-19th Street interchange was the subject of a recent story in the Golden Transcript. The City of Golden held a grand opening Oct. 1 of the new parkland "lid" that greatly improves the connectivity between Mines Park and the main Colorado School of Mines campus.  

From the story:

For six months this year, the road construction project at Sixth Avenue and 19th Street in Golden caused some headaches for some commuters.

But to Charlie McConnell, a computer science student at the Colorado School of Mines, commuting through the construction project since it began was only a “mild inconvenience,” he said.

And “going forward, nobody is going to think this was a horrible decision,” McConnell added, “because it's great now.”