Traffic Alert: Road closures and delays for the week ahead

Motorists, be aware.

The following is a list fo the highway projects from the Colorado Department of Transportation planned for this week across Southern Colorado.

Officials said all work is dependent upon the weather.

January 26 – February 1, 2014

I 25 Northbound/Southbound From Raton Pass North
(Milemarker 1-7) (through March 2014)
7:00 AM-6:00 PM MO-FR
Single lane closures for paving operations as weather permits.

Delays possible.

I 25 Northbound North of US 85/Fountain Interchange
(Milemarker 129-130.5) (through February 2014)

9:00 AM-4:00 PM MO-FR
 Right lane closed NB I-25 for guardrail installation and electronic sign construction. Delays possible.

I 25 Northbound From Woodmen Road to Monument
(Milemarker 149-161) (through August 2014)

10:00 AM-3:00 PM MO-FR, 9:00 PM-5:30 AM SU-TH
 Nighttime: single lane closures in each direction for roadway reconstruction. Daytime: possible double lane closures for asphalt repairs 10a-3p MO-FR. Most daytime work behind barrier. Delays possible.

US 350 Eastbound/Westbound Near Hoehne
(Milemarker 6.5) (through March 2014)

24 Hours-
 There will be one lane alternating traffic with traffic signals for bridge demolition. Speed limit reduced to 40 mph. 10 minute delays possible. 14 ft width restriction in effect through March 2014.

US 50 Eastbound/Westbound La Junta West
(Milemarker 376.3) (through January 2014)

24 Hours-
 Only one lane open in each direction for pipe installation. Delays possible.

CO 120 Eastbound/Westbound Over the Arkansas River east of Florence
(Milemarker 3.6) (through May 2014)

7:00 AM-5:00 PM MO-FR
 There will be one lane alternating traffic for bridge construction. Delays possible.

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