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Southeast culvert repairs to continue in Bailey

March 18, 2021 - Southeastern Colorado - Construction to continue March 21st

BAILEY — The Colorado Department of Transportation will continue the regionwide culvert repairs in Park County. Work will take place on US 285 at MP 220.9 to 222.2, beginning Sunday, March 21. Frontier Environmental Services began the regionwide project in October 2020, and work is expected to be completed this spring. 

Bailey Culvert Project Map

This project consists of installing culvert, cleaning culverts and box culverts, repairing joints, reinforcement mat, spray line culverts, and adding rock check dams. In some locations, work will require trench digging and a temporary traffic signal for traffic control with single lane closures. 

Crews on US 285 will be working 24/7 beginning Sunday, March 21st through Friday, March 26th at 9:00 a.m. Lane closures will be directed by flaggers and a temporary traffic signal.

Travel Impacts 

Work hours will take place 24/7 March 21 through March 26. Drivers will experience shoulder closures, single-lane closures and day time lane closures throughout the duration of the project. Lane closures will be directed by flaggers and a temporary traffic signal. The speed limit will be reduced to 40 mph within the work zone and will be strictly enforced. Traffic fines will be doubled in the work zone. Motorists should slow down, drive with caution and give themselves extra travel time. 

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About CDOT

CDOT’s Whole System-Whole Safety program has one simple mission — to get everyone home safely. Our approximately 3,000 employees work tirelessly to reduce the rate and severity of crashes and improve the safety of all modes of transportation. The department manages more than 23,000 lane miles of highway, more than 3,000 bridges and 35 mountain passes. CDOT also manages grant partnerships with a range of agencies, including metropolitan planning organizations, local governments and airports. It also operates Bustang, the state-owned interregional express bus service. Gov. Jared Polis has charged CDOT to further build on the state’s intermodal mobility options.