The official report of the CFI (continuous flow intersection) can be found at the link below.
The unofficial report can be found reading complaints in the RH line (the "gripe" column in the Loveland Reporter Herald) for the past year.
Also 'telling a story' is that Boise Avenue has a lot more traffic than before and Madison Avenue has a lot less traffic. Drivers just don't like the continuous flow intersection and they avoid it in huge numbers.
The intersection that prompted the CFI concept was where Nickel Drive crosses Madison Avenue a location where several accidents have occurred in the past. The last was a fatal accident involving a motorcycle.
In spite of the thousands upon thousands of complaints, we actually like the intersection. We think it's fun.
The only complaint we have is that occasionally a driver or two will completely block cars traveling north on Madison Avenue and wanting to turn left on Eisenhower Blvd.
The stop lights and other signs are clearly marked yet many motorists go too far before they stop, blocking the left turn lanes.
We are also surprised that there aren't more accidents when drivers turn left in the wrong place against the traffic flow because in most intersections that's where left turns are logically made.
A continuous flow intersection is never logical to the uninitiated.
The locals have been turning left at certain spots for many years and it's hard to break old habits.
Besides local drivers doing the wrong thing at the wrong place in the intersection it's quite normal to see out-of-state cars really fouling up the traffic flow causing potential hazards.