The Colorado Department of Transportation has begun resurfacing a 17-mile stretch of State Highway 94 between Ellicott and Highway 24 east of Colorado Springs.
The project will incluse asphalt paving, new guardrails and work on the surface of two bridges.
Drivers should anticipate delays up to 15 minutes... more »
The sign that welcomed people to Pueblo West for decades is gone, demolished yesterday as part of a road-widening project on McCulloch Blvd.
The sign was originally the west end of an arch that had been taken down years ago. It featured a large mosaic showing Lake Pueblo with... more »
A paving operation will shut down Highway 67 next Monday and Tuesday north of Cripple Creek.
Highway 67 will be closed between mile marker 58 and 64. Traffic will be diverted onto County Road 61.
Delays of up to 15 minutes are expected.
An alternate route into... more »
BRIGHTON, Colo. (AP) - The former president of a paving company has been ordered to stand trial on charges of participating in a scheme to bilk Adams County taxpayers out of $1.8 million on road projects.
The Denver Post reports Jerry Rhea appeared in court in Brighton on Friday... more »
Eight miles of the Calhan Highway in eastern El Paso County between Judge Orr Road and Highway 94 has just been repaved. The project cost $1.8 million and was paid for by Pikes Peak Regional Transportation funds as well as money from El Paso County.
"It looks and drives... more »
The Colorado Department of Transportation will be crack sealing on Interstate 25 in the Air Force Academy and Monument area beginning next week.
Only one lane will be open northbound or southbound I-25, beginning about one mile north of Interquest Parkway and continuing north to County Line Road. That's... more »
The Colorado Department of Transportation seal pavement on a five-mile section of State Highway 12 between La Veta and Cucharas Pass on Wednesday, May 19, and Thursday, May 20.
Beginning at 7 a.m., and continuing until 4 p.m. each day, drivers should be prepared for 15 minute traffic stops... more »