Emergency pothole repair is underway across the Denver metro area after days of heavy rain damaged roadways.
A lane of northbound Interstate 25 is closed between 84th Avenue and Thornton Parkway because of two big road projects the Colorado Department of Transportation is working on at the same time.
It’s the Fourth of July tradition that drivers hate — the traffic mess to the high country on Interstate 70 — and they’ve been dealing with it for two days.
As Colorado digs out from last weekend’s storm, the Colorado Department of Transportation is ramping up some construction projects, with many of them along Interstate 70.
Snow has been falling all day Sunday and has caused a lot of closures along Interstate 70 throughout the day.
Loveland Pass may reopen on Thursday after being closed since Sunday. A combination of strong winds and blowing snow created dangerous driving conditions.
Highway 40 is open again Wednesday after crews repaired a sinkhole late Tuesday.
Both directions of U.S. 40 from Soda Creek to El Rancho had to be closed on Tuesday due to a sinkhole in the road.
A big construction project has shut down all southbound lanes of South Broadway near Interstate 25 for the weekend. It’s just one of many big projects getting underway.
Construction at the Twin Tunnels to widen the westbound tunnel and make it safer for drivers will last until December.