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Background informationProject Created: June 18, 2009

Project Name: The Transportation Expansion Project (T-REX)
Year in Operation: 2006
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Transit, Roads
Status: In Operation
Type: New Facility
Description: The project widened major interstates and added 19 mi of light rail through the Denver metro area. The T-REX corridor carries more than 280,000 vehicles per day and connects the two largest employment centers in the region.
Delivery Method as described in the country where it's located: Design Build
Is the project still active: Yes
Comments:

Project Locations

Address:
City: Denver
State: Colorado
Country: United States of America

Souces of Project Support (Non-monetary)

Checkbox Checked Access to Land: The project was built on land owned by the City of Denver.

Souces of Project Support (Monetary)

Checkbox Checked

From Public (Government) Sources to Producers: T-REX was funded through the an increase in property taxes by those living in metropolitan areas that would benefit from the expansion. These taxes were voted for and approved in 1999 by the citizens in these areas, rather than having state/city/county/gas taxes fund the project more indirectly.

Project Delivery & Finance Method

Project Delivery:
All Public Finance. Public Sponsor contracts for both initial design and construction with a single entity. Public Owner operates and maintains the resulting facility.
Is there an independant checking engineer? No

Procurement Approach

Project Component
Qualifications
Based Selection
Request for
Qualifications
Request for
Proposals
Invitation
for Bids
Unsolicited
Proposals

Term for Key Components & Forms of Contract

Project Component
Years
Quarters
Initial Design and Construction
5
1
Forms
Description
Other
Prescribed by RTC 

Project Value (If and As Known)

Date of Estimated Project Value: June 1, 2001
Project Value
Hard Cost
Hard & Soft Costs
Total
$500 Million - 2 Billion US
(none)

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