Safety

CDOT Improves Safety and Surface Condition of State Highway 139 from Loma North

July 5, 2013 - Northwest Colorado/CDOT Region 3 - The Colorado Department of Transportation will begin a project on Monday, July 8 to improve 15 miles State Highway 139 north of I-70.

 

The project was contracted to Old Castle SW Group, Inc. for $4.1 million and is scheduled for completion in late October 2013.
Between mile marker 0 (at I-70 in Loma) and MM 15, crews will recycle the top layer of pavement and then overlay the highway surface with three inches of asphalt. The work will improve the highway surface by eliminating some of the deeper cracks through the recycling process. Minor paved shoulder widening will also be done in some areas between MP 0 and 7.5, increasing highway safety.
TRAFFIC IMPACTS – Through the project’s completion in late October, motorists will encounter single-lane, alternating traffic Monday through Friday and some weekends, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thank you for going “Slow for the Cone Zone!”

The project was contracted to Old Castle SW Group, Inc. for $4.1 million and is scheduled for completion in late October 2013.

Between mile marker 0 (at I-70 in Loma) and MM 15, crews will recycle the top layer of pavement and then overlay the highway surface with three inches of asphalt. The work will improve the highway surface by eliminating some of the deeper cracks through the recycling process. Minor paved shoulder widening will also be done in some areas between MP 0 and 7.5, increasing highway safety.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS – Through the project’s completion in late October, motorists will encounter single-lane, alternating traffic Monday through Friday and some weekends, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thank you for going “Slow for the Cone Zone!”

 

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