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Traffic Alerts

Information courtesy of CDOT, RTD, C-470 and others

Posted on May 1, 2022 2022Transportation

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Traffic Alerts – May 2022

This alert page is a one-stop-shop to keep up with construction, maintenance, and repair projects around Douglas County. Updates are added throughout the month as we receive information. Check back regularly to see what’s happening that might impact you.

Other Projects in Douglas County and surrounding areas that will affect traffic:

Current projects in unincorporated Douglas County: 

US 85 widening  (Louviers to Sedalia) Week of May 23-27

We will continue to keep you updated on any schedule changes and appreciate your continued patience.

UPDATE – Moore Road between Waterton Road and Denver RV Temporary Road Closure Update will re-open on Thursday, May 26, 2022.

I-25 South GAP
The project’s final construction season will focus on permanent paving and striping, installation of tolling infrastructure, completion of the extensive wildlife mitigation system, permanent sign installation and landscaping. Motorists can expect a variety of impacts along the 18-mile corridor during this work, including daytime and overnight lane closures.

General Lane Closure Hours

Extended Express Lane Closures
This spring and summer, crews will require extended Express Lane closures for as long as two weeks for drainage work in the median area of I-25. The two general purpose lanes will remain open during peak travel hours, but motorists can expect a double lane closure during overnight construction hours. Drivers should stay on I-25 and avoid taking detours. Stay tuned to our various communication channels for more information on this work.

Project Contact Information
Project Hotline: 720-745-5435
Web: i25gap.codot.gov
Sign up for email updates: [email protected]

I-25 Wildlife Fencing  – northbound and southbound I-25 from E Wolfensberger Road in Castle Rock (Mile post 181.75) to Lincoln Avenue near Lone Tree (MP 192.75)
CDOT Crews will be working daytime and nighttime hours throughout the project, April to Dec. 2022. Daytime working hours will be focused on building wildlife fencing, guardrails, and two deer guard installations at Happy Canyon Road. Nighttime working hours will primarily be dedicated to roadwork patching and will begin in late April.

The concrete rehabilitation will improve and prolong the life of the road surface, creating a smoother and safer travel path for motorists. Building wildlife fencing, and deer guards will significantly reduce the number of accidents related to animals crossing the interstate.

For additional information about this project:

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