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Friday, December 9, 2016

Posts Tagged ‘CDOT’

TRAFFIC ADVISORY: US Highway 34

US 34 REDUCED TO ONE LANE IN EACH DIRECTION THIS WEEKEND EAST OF I-25 All traffic will be diverted to the eastbound lanes, no truck traffic will be permitted between I-25 and Greeley   LARIMER/WELD COUNTIES — Beginning Saturday, April 21 at 7 a.m. and lasting until Sunday, April 22 at 7 p.m., the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will close westbound US 34 between Larimer Parkway at mile marker (MM) 97 and County Road (CR) 3 at MM 98 east of I-25. In partnership with Union ... Full Story

Traffic Advisory

  Single lane of southbound I-25 closed tonight at State Highway 392 Work will allow bridge work to continue moving forward  LARIMER/WELD COUNTIES — Tonight, Tuesday, March 6 from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will close the right lane of southbound I-25 at State Highway (SH) 392 so crews can work on the bridge deck as part of the interstate improvement project. The lane will be closed at mile marker (MM) 262 directly underneath the SH 392 bridge, ... Full Story

Wildlife on the move

Wildlife on the move

As I-70 mitigation efforts continue, agencies remind motorists to slow down, watch for wildlife near roadways

CDOT Snow update for Larimer County

CDOT Snow update for Larimer County

CDOT maintenance crews in Larimer County including Loveland, Fort Collins, Berthoud, Wellington, Poudre Canyon and Cameron Pass are on full snow shift.  Currently, there are 25 plows working I-25, US 287 and State Highway (SH) 14.  Secondary routes include SH 1, US 34, SH 56, SH 60, SH 392 and SH 402.  The highways in this area are wet with some slushy and icy spots.  Crews are using liquid and solid de-icers and as temperatures drop will use only solid de-icers. CDOT would like to remind ... Full Story

Avalanche Closes Cameron Pass

Avalanche Closes Cameron Pass

SH 14 over Cameron Pass remains closed following an avalanche that occurred last night around 8 p.m. Currently, it is snowing heavily and visibility is poor.  Due to the large amount of snow and the potential for additional snow slides, crews cannot clean up the current slide or assess avalanche risk in the area.  CDOT is working closely with the Colorado Avalanche Information Center who will wait 24 hours after it stops snowing to assess the avalanche risk and decide if mitigation is ... Full Story

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