With the opening of Denver International Airport in 1995, E-470 became a direct route to the airport from the rapidly growing southern tier of the metropolitan area.
Later, the highway provided the same access for northern Colorado, itself a high-growth area.
Perhaps the most significant traffic driver in the region will occur along E-470 corridor itself, which spawned numerous annexations by member cities.
For example, Commerce City has doubled in land area in anticipation of this new development.
In the coming decades, 250,000 new residents are expected along the E-470 corridor in Aurora alone, which would nearly double that city's population.
Now is the time to rapidly expand our motorist services infrastructure.
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