There are three different construction projects going on this weekend that drivers in the Denver metro area should be aware of.
From work at the Twin Tunnels to apartment buildings going up all over the Denver metro area, construction is booming in Colorado, and demand for construction workers could be out-stripping the supply.
Construction at the Twin Tunnels to widen the westbound tunnel and make it safer for drivers will last until December.
A construction worker is dead after a fire escape he was standing on broke loose and crashed to the ground.
Colorado’s unemployment rate has declined to 6.8 percent, the lowest rate in nearly five years.
An expansion of Interstate 70 is nearly complete. It will make the drive from the mountains to the Front Range much easier.
An Aurora hospital that is currently being built for veterans is now under investigation.
RTD is installing the first tracks on its rail line that will run from Denver International Airport on Wednesday.
The Colorado Department of Transportation announced its plans for construction this summer in the Denver metro area and the I-70 corridor between C-470 and the Eisenhower Tunnel.
An overnight resurfacing project on I-25 will slow you down this week. The Colorado Department of Transportation has started rotomilling and paving a one-mile stretch of I-25 from Lincoln Avenue north to C-470–a section of road last paved in 2000. They will also be doing some drainage work.