JT: 50-60 ft
Yes, Kathleen Bracke says. It's jointly maintained with city, county and other cities along the corridor. It was built by CDOT.
At one point there was discussion of putting the bike path on the top of the wall. But that was before CDOT said no wall in the ROW.
JT: It would be like a roadway embankment.
Brockett: That would tie back into the flood wall?
JT: 100 ft or so "just off the top of my head."
Brockett: I just want to be able to explain this to ppl. Is 100 ft how wide the embankment is?
JT: It could be 100-150 ft with construction easements.
JT: Yes, we feel that's a possibility.
Yates asks for a written memo to explain to the community.
Thanks them for compromising on future ROW vs. existing in where it allows city to build.