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CSU Pueblo opens new road on campus

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There’s now a new road at Colorado State University-Pueblo to help people get around campus.

Wednesday was the grand opening for the final piece of road connecting Bartley Boulevard, Desert Flower Boulevard, and Walking Stick Boulevard.

University workers say the new road on the north side of campus is 1,200 feet.

It’s going to provide some safety enhancements such as improved access for emergency vehicles and more lighting.

Karl Spiecker, vice president of finance & administration said, "It completes an important piece of the transportation around the campus because prior to this we did not have a full circular road around the campus, and this is the final leg of an ongoing project that's been in the works for about 15 years."

Spiecker says this project cost about $1 million. The state legislature gave the funds to CSU Pueblo last year.

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