The identities of those involved in a deadly crash on Interstate 25 in Weld County have been released.
Northbound lanes of Interstate 25 were closed on Wednesday night due to a deadly crash involving several vehicles.
An on-ramp to Interstate 25 will remain closed through Monday morning while crews work on a widening project in Douglas County.
On Thursday the Colorado Department of Transportation will begin nightly lane closures on northbound Interstate 25 for work needed for construction of a new off-ramp bridge to U.S. 6.
All lanes and both directions of Interstate 25 north of the Denver metro area were closed for several hours on Wednesday because of a deadly crash.
As Boulder drivers prepare to possibly pay double what I-25 drivers pay for express toll lanes, it’s time for someone in Boulder to get angry over how transportation policy is being handled.
Drivers could end up paying a toll of nearly $14 to use the new express lanes on Highway 36.
The snow wasn’t the only hazard for drivers braving the storm on Saturday evening. Visibility was a big problem that hit suddenly.
There will soon be relief for drivers heading to Denver from Fort Collins on Interstate 25 thanks to the Colorado Department of Transportation’s plans to install a climbing lane on southbound I-25 at Berthoud Hill.
Interstate 25 was shut down Friday morning just before 7 a.m. after an accident involving a bus and a pedestrian happened beneath the East 104th Avenue overpass.