GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon is back open again after it was closed most of the day Tuesday while crews did more rock mitigation work after a massive rock slide last month.
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The Colorado Department of Transportation has estimated the repairs to both decks of the highway will cost $5 million. Crews have been making progress but CDOT says there’s approximately a month of more work to complete.
On Tuesday a helicopter was used to bring in netting for rock mitigation on the side of the canyon walls.
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The massive boulders caused holes in the highway decks and many of those still have to be repaired.
CDOT says as the repair process continues there will be more closures.
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