GJ corridor eyed for traffic improvements

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The turn at First Street and Pitkin Avenue in Grand Junction is the focus of an effort by the state and city to improve vehicle flow at the intersection.

When it comes to road construction, sometimes the goal of the city of Grand Junction deviates from the philosophy at the Colorado Department of Transportation. One of those instances takes the form of the Interstate 70 Business Loop where the road splits into two, one-way routes on Ute Avenue and Pitkin Avenue at South First Street in Grand Junction.

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