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Wildlife fencing project to begin in Douglas County along I-25

Drivers can expect overnight lane closures from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. Sunday through Friday

Posted on April 15, 2022 2022Breaking NewsTransportation

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From the Colorado Department of Transportation:

The Colorado Department of Transportation expects to start work on Interstate 25 this week. Work will include concrete panel rehabilitation, deer guard installations and wildlife fencing construction. The project work zone will be along 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).

Crews will be working both daytime and nighttime hours throughout the project, which is expected to go from April to December 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.

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For additional information about this project:

Travelers are urged to “know before you go.” Gather information about weather forecasts and anticipated travel impacts and current road conditions prior to hitting the road. CDOT resources include:

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