Durango holiday trade overpass update

DURANGO, Colo. (KJCT)- In try to continue to finish a highway construction of a US 160/550 high overpass upkeep project, as good as make certain that organisation members get family time over a holiday season, a following work report is listed below:

This week, before to Christmas
• Today, Dec. 19 by Sunday, Dec. 22, work will take place.

Christmas week
• Monday, Dec. 23 – Thursday, Dec. 26, no work (or singular work) is expected.
• Friday, Dec. 27 – by Monday, Dec. 30, work will resume.

New Year’s week
• Tuesday, Dec. 31 and Thursday, Jan. 2, no work (or singular work) is expected.
• Friday, Jan. 3 and Saturday, Jan 4, work will resume.

Please recongnize that highway work will occur on a weekends by a holidays. Regardless of a small work activity on a week days during a holiday time, a particular line trade settlement over a overpass stays total day and night.

Project execution should occur around midst to late January.

Remember far-reaching loads, over 12 ft., are not authorised by a plan limits. Single line trade restrictions during a overpass continue to assistance construction efforts and say reserve for both crews and motorists.

As trade narrows to one line during a overpass work zone, CDOT instructs drivers to use both lanes all a approach to a combine point. This trade pattern, also famous as a “zipper or late merge,” allows for smoother some-more fit merging and reduction stop-and-go traffic. (YouTube video: How to combine in a work zone)

For additional information about this project:
• Call a plan information line during 970-840-8517
• Email a plan group during R5BridgeRehab@yahoo.com
• Visit a plan website during www.codot.gov/projects/southwestern-colorado-bridge-maintenance.

Travelers are urged to “know before we go.” Gather information about continue forecasts and expected transport impacts and stream highway conditions before to attack a road. CDOT resources include:
• Road conditions and transport information: www.COtrip.org
• Sign adult for plan or transport alerts: bit.ly/COalerts
• See scheduled line closures: codot.gov/travel/scheduled-lane-closures.html
• Connect with us on amicable media: Twitter @coloradodot and Facebook facebook.com/coloradodot

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