Interstate 70 will be closed at Floyd Hill on Thursday night while crews reinstall a power line.
More than 50 vehicles have been caught up in crashes on Interstate 70 as heavy snow and wind move through the Colorado mountains.
An Evergreen couple says they are lucky to be alive after they were driving on Interstate 70 in the mountains Sunday when out of nowhere they were sideswiped by a driver on the run.
The Colorado Department of Transportation tried another round of speed harmonization on Interstate 70 on Sunday.
Police pace cars are returning to eastbound Interstate 70 in the Colorado mountains in another attempt to reduce congestion as snow enthusiasts return to Denver and other Front Range cities.
The Colorado Department of Transportation says this weekend has historically been one of the heaviest traffic weekends of the winter season.
The Colorado Department of Transportation planned to run pace cars on Interstate 70 all the way from Silverthorne to Floyd Hill on Sunday, but that didn’t happen after they ran into an unexpected problem.
Pace cars were driving along Interstate 70 Sunday. The goal of “speed harmonization” is to stop any major traffic jams from ski traffic heading home from the mountains.
The “rolling speed harmonization” effort involves Colorado State Patrol pace cars will happen on Sunday in the eastbound lanes of I-70 between Silverthorne and the bottom of Floyd Hill.
Drivers won’t be left stranded if they get stuck or otherwise run into trouble on Interstate 70 this winter.
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