Process Overview

Public involvement is a guiding force for the intersection design.

Stakeholders who reside, work, own property, worship, and play in the immediate project area are directly involved in the design process.

Public input is being collected to help design engineers refine the best solution.

Constructive engagement and collaboration will ensure that the final design meets the future needs of project area stakeholders and the entire community.

winning concept

In July 2015, the city announced the winning concept of the design competition–first to the stakeholder group (pictured above) and then to the public.

Community-Informed Design

The intersection design balances city-identified project goals and community-identified priorities.

Project design goals:


Enhanced safety


Increased capacity


Minimized right-of-way impacts


Cost effective


Incorporates sustainable elements


Project aesthetics including potential city-entry gateway elements


Multi-modal (vehicles, bicyclists, and pedestrians)


Meets project schedule

Project area stakeholder priorities:


Increase safety and reduce peak-hour traffic congestion


Eliminate awkward 14th Street & Warlick Road cross-over


Minimize private land taken for project


Keep the project area stakeholders and the general public involved


Reduce traffic on Old Cheney Road west of Warlick and bring back residential character of traffic flow, by closing Old Cheney at 1st Street


Desire for pedestrian and bicycle trail connectivity

Project Schedule

Public input will continue to guide the project.

The public will have an opportunity to provide input at every design milestone.

The project team will continue working closely with project area stakeholders to ensure all questions are addressed.

Design Process and Tentative Project Timeline


Public Meeting #1: June 2016

The first open house public meeting for the 14th & Old Cheney Intersection Improvement Project was held on June 30, 2016 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Scott Middle School. The meeting provided the public an opportunity to learn more about the project and its timeline, as well as review and comment on the refined concept for the intersection. The displays and handouts from the meeting are available below.

 Meeting #1 Displays (download)

Meeting #1 Fact Sheets (download)

Public Meeting #2: March 2017

The second open house public meeting for the 14th & Old Cheney Intersection Improvement Project was held March 23, 2017 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Southwest High School (7001 S 14th St). Community members were able to review the refined concept, provide comments, and view traffic animation demonstrating how to navigate the intersection.

Meeting #2 Displays (download)

Meeting #2 Handouts (download)