DENVER (CBS4) – Both directions of Bryant Street will close Monday evening at US 6 for bridge work.

According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, crews will close the road beginning at 7 p.m. each night to set girders for the new US 6 bridge over Bryant Street until the work is complete. The road will reopen at 7 a.m. each day.

The work is part of the US 6 Bridges Design Build Project.

“Setting girders on the US 6 bridge over Bryant Street is another key milestone for this project,” CDOT Project Director Kevin Sullivan said in a statement. “It’s exciting to continue to see these visible reminders of just how much things are changing in this corridor.”

Area residents and businesses will still be allowed access during the work.

LINK: Traffic Section

Additional Information From CDOT

TRAVEL IMPACTS: During these overnight closures, motorists should use 5th Avenue, Federal Boulevard, 8th Avenue and Canosa Court to detour around the area.

Crews will also closure various lanes on westbound US 6 and I-25 as needed during the overnight hours of 7 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. while girders are set.

PROJECT INFORMATION: The $98 million US 6 Bridges Design-Build Project will replace six obsolete bridges on US 6 between Knox Court and I-25, improve traffic movements in the I-25 and US 6 interchange and enhance driver safety by eliminating several traffic weave movements along US 6 between Federal Boulevard and I-25. Substantial project completion is planned for August 2015.

For updated project information, visit, call 720-881-5540 or email

For information regarding CDOT projects statewide, log on to, download the CDOT Mobile app or call 511 from anywhere in the state. To receive real-time updates about road conditions in your area, visit and click on the green cell phone icon in the upper right hand corner of the page. Information about weekly lane closures will be available at


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