Crews worked throughout the day on Monday to decrease the danger of falling rocks on I-70 in the high country.
A deadly crash closed three lanes of westbound Interstate 70 near the Morrison exit on Saturday morning. Colorado State Patrol reopened all the lanes several hours later, about noon.
All lanes of Interstate 70 were reopened after being closed Thursday for emergency rockfall mitigation.
Drivers wanting to get to the high country on Thursday should plan on taking a route other than Interstate 70.
The Colorado Department of Transportation will perform emergency rockfall mitigation on Thursday in the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 just west of Floyd Hill.
Colorado drivers won’t need snow tires or chains to drive on Interstate 70 next winter.
A last-ditch effort to reach an agreement on mandatory snow tires begins Tuesday morning at the Colorado Capitol.
The entire stretch of the Interstate 70 west of Denver is back open following an eventful night of accidents.
Two tour buses were involved in a crash with a semi in the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 at E-470.
Snow plow crews will remain on alert along the Front Range as the snow continues to fall.