The ramp from southbound Interstate 25 onto eastbound 6th Avenue is now closed for the next six months.
The summer road work season is stretching into the fall and right now a major project underway along Interstate 25 and 6th Avenue is starting to aggravate commuters.
It could be a traffic mess for the ages this weekend when the Colorado Department of Transportation shuts down a section of Interstate 25 in downtown Denver.
A lane of northbound Interstate 25 is closed between 84th Avenue and Thornton Parkway because of two big road projects the Colorado Department of Transportation is working on at the same time.
There are some changes to construction in Cherry Creek after complaints from drivers and businesses in the area.
The Colorado Department of Transportation on Tuesday outlined more than 20 projects planned for just the Denver metro area alone.
A big construction project has shut down all southbound lanes of South Broadway near Interstate 25 for the weekend. It’s just one of many big projects getting underway.
Road construction crews will be closing the ramps from Evans to Santa Fe starting overnight Wednesday.
The Federal Highway Administration has ordered a review of the signage at a construction site in northeast Denver after a motorist got a speeding ticket and complained the construction zone signs were improperly posted.
You are going to see fewer cones on area highways and interstates. The Colorado Department of Transportation says a $469,000 crack sealing project on I-25, I-225, I-76, I-70, US 6, US 85 and US 285 had been completed.