Road crews with the Colorado Department of Transportation are getting ready for this weekend’s heavy snowfall and winter storm.
Crews have been out nearly nonstop since Tuesday night clearing roads and highways, and as Colorado gets into Wednesday night and sub-freezing temperatures, things can really get icy and drivers should drive accordingly.
Colorado Department of Transportation crews are getting prepared to hit the roads again Tuesday as they prepare to deal with back-to-back storms.
The Colorado Department of Transportation announced survey work on US 36 will cause delays Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Colorado’s winter season is under way in many parts of the state; however the Denver metro area so far has been quite mild. But that hasn’t stopped the Colorado Department of Transportation from preparing for the winter weather to come.
Major delays are expected Tuesday night as the Colorado Department of Transportation will realign southbound Interstate 25 near Alameda Avenue onto new concrete pavement.
Just off U.S. Highway 550, seven miles north of Silverton, close to where blowing snow curls off the oxygen-starved peaks of the San Juan Mountains, sits an instrument of war once used to target enemy combatants.
The ramp from eastbound Colorado Highway 58 to eastbound Interstate 70, west of Arvada, is closed for emergency bridge deck repairs.