DougCo moves wildlife fencing project to east side of I-25
Wildlife fencing along I-25.Douglas County Colorado. (Douglas County, Colo.) The wildlife fencing project is underway on the east side of I-25 between Castle Rock Parkway and Ridgegate Parkway.
Prepare for closures this weekend for final I-70 lane shift
(Colorado Department of Transportation) Heather Willard / NewsBreak Denver / Aug. 25, 2022. (Aurora, Colo.)Four years after construction started on the $1.2 billion Central 70 Project, officials are planning a weekend closure of the interstate to facilitate a final lane shift before opening the corridor in its final, permanent alignment on Monday, Aug. 29.
US 85 lane widening project begins next month
The stretch of U.S. 85 the project will impact.Douglas County Colorado. (Douglas County, Colo.) Douglas County will widen U.S. 85 by two lanes beginning on September 26, causing traffic delays for the duration of its construction.
DougCo Frontage Road traffic signal project nears completion
Heather Willard / NewsBreak Denver / July 13, 2022. (Larkspur, Colo.) A two-phase project responding to crash data and citizen feedback at West Frontage Road and Tomah Road intersection is nearing completion.
Construction work begins to improve Havana-Meridian intersection
The Havana-Meridian intersectionDouglas County Colorado. (Meridian, Colo.) A new project to improve the Havana Street and Meridian Boulevard intersection will improve traffic flow and ease the daily commute for Douglas County residents.
Wildlife fencing project underway
(Douglas County, Colo.) In an effort to decrease animal related car accidents along the I-25 corridor, The Colorado Department of Transportation will begin work on a wildlife fencing project.
CDOT plans U.S. 85, Airport Road closures for rock removal work
U.S. 85 widening project.Photo taken by Cody Daigneault, CDOT Project Engineer of the bridge foundation installation. (Douglas County, Colo.) CDOT plans closures of U.S. 85 and Airport Road in Douglas County this week as part of the U.S. 85 construction project.
CDOT: Impaired drivers push traffic fatalities to 20-year high
A highway near Denver is seen during sunset.Photo by Zach Betten on Unsplash. (Denver County, Colo.) Getting behind the wheel is "the most dangerous thing" the average Coloradan does every day, said Col. Matthew Packard, Colorado State Patrol chief.