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.
Nearly one year after historic flooding Colorado state leaders celebrated reaching a major milestone in the recovery effort.
Officials with the Colorado Department of Transportation have closed Highway 36 between Lyons and Estes Park for flood repairs.
The ongoing repairs from last September’s flooding means another closure for Highway 36.
Closures are being put in place for Highway 36 from Lyons to Estes Park to repair damage from last fall’s devastating flooding.
Highway 36 will be closed again Tuesday and Wednesday night at Sheridan Boulevard so girders can be installed.
There are three different construction projects going on this weekend that drivers in the Denver metro area should be aware of.
State and federal highway officials plan to close U.S. Highway 36 west of Pinewood Springs near Estes Park on Monday for blasting, which is part of a flood reconstruction project.
Colorado transportation officials say more partnerships with private companies could be on the horizon after the state signed a deal for a private company to help expand and maintain the main Denver-Boulder highway and collect tolls.
After sharp criticism, Colorado has announced the conclusion of a deal for a private company to help expand and maintain the main Denver-Boulder highway and collect tolls from some lanes.