CO 64 Rangely East/US 40 Surface Treatment

Work this Week
June 2022

Crews will continue paving CO 60 between mile-markers 29 and 19. They will be working on the westbound side of the road, pushing cars to the eastbound lanes. Because this road is a one way road, motorists can expect one-way traffic closures of about 15 minutes.

Project Facts

  • Cost: $5 Million
  • Contractor: A & S 
  • Timeline: April 2021 to June 2022
  • Location: CO 64 from MP 19.8 – 28 and US 40 from MP 0 – 7 in Moffatt & Rio Blanco Counties

Project Map

CO 64/US 40 Rangely Map

About the Project:

The Colorado Department of Transportation is starting back to work after the planned winter shutdown for the Highway surface treatment and upgrade project on CO 64 and US 40. During the 2021 construction season, crews worked on overlay on both roadways, pavement markings, and bringing guardrails up to new standards. 

Beginning the week of Monday, April 25, 2022, motorists can expect increased oversize/overweight truck traffic on these routes:

  • US-40 between Craig and Dinosaur
  • Deserado Mine Road
  • CO-64 between Rangely and Meeker

There will also be asphalt milling in and around the Town of Dinosaur. Watch for trucks, heavy equipment, and construction workers entering the roadway along Brontosaurus Boulevard.

Motorists should be especially cautious on CO 64 between mileposts 28 and 30, where trucks will be making wide turns onto the highway. Please drive at or below the posted speed limit. Pay close attention to "Trucks Turning Today" flashing message boards, which are updated daily.


Work Schedule

  • Daytime work hours range from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday
  • No night or weekend work

Traffic Impacts

Anyone traveling this corridor can expect throughout the project:

  • Lanes shifts of existing roadway alignment
  • Single-lane, alternating one-way traffic through the work zone
  • Flaggers will direct single-lane, alternating traffic
  • Width restrictions of 10 feet on CO 64 and 12 feet on US 40 will be in place 24 hours a day
  • Speed reductions will be in place of 35 mph during working hours