The Colorado Department of Transportation has significantly increased spending and created new programs to battle Sunday afternoon traffic headaches on Interstate 70 during the winter.
Problems arising from contaminated ground water have delayed the reconstruction of a bridge on Interstate 70 near Idaho Springs.
All lanes of Interstate 70 reopened by 5:30 p.m. in Colorado’s high country after snow and traffic accidents choked portions of it closed.
The westbound ramp from 6th Avenue to Federal Boulevard remains closed as the Colorado Department of Transportation gets ready to get rid of an old bridge.
There could be a delay clearing snow off a busy stretch of Interstate 70 in the high country from Idaho Springs to the Eisenhower Tunnel because plow drivers for that vital stretch of road don’t have a home.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and city council members say they support the Colorado Department of Transportation’s alternative proposal on a plan to revamp the Interstate 70 corridor through North Denver.
Crews have completed the Sheridan Boulevard bridge over highway 36.
A community meeting about proposed changes along Interstate 70 will be held Wednesday evening and it could be the last chance for residents to share their opinions.
The stretch of Highway 34 near Greeley is finally being repaired more than a year after devastating flooding ripped through Northern Colorado causing major damage.
If it’s not construction, then it’s jams, accidents and rush hour that continually slow down traffic on Highway 36 between Denver and Boulder.