Projects

CO 131 Oak Creek Resurfacing

Work this Week

September 21 to September 25

Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Work this week:

  • Motorists should plan for north and southbound one-lane alternating traffic, up to 15 minute delays, reduced speeds and a 10 ft width restriction during hours of operation.

About the Project

This project will focus on a 1.5” hot mix asphalt overlay and installing guardrail that will meet the new safety standard requirements.  The HMA will add approximately 10 years of life to the highway, a smoother road surface and will eliminate ruts and road damage.  The new guardrail will be 31” high instead of 27” high to help vehicles remain on the road more effectively, making the highway safer for the traveling public.  

Project Facts

  • Cost: $1.3 Million
  • Contractor: Elam Construction
  • Timeline: August - October 2020
  • Location: CO 131 in Oak Creek at mp 51.95 - 55.73, Routt County


Proposed Work Schedule

  • Surface treatment work will begin on August 10. Work will take place along Colorado  Highway 131 at Mile Point 51.95, north of Oak Creek, and will continue for approximately 4 miles north to MP 55.73.

Traffic Impacts

  • Motorists can expect one-lane alternating traffic, 20 minute delays, 25 MPH speed limit and 10 ft. width restriction.  The project will be in operation Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The project is expected to last until mid-October.


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