Work to begin on CO 14 in Jackson & Larimer Counties next week

June 30, 2016 - Northwestern Colorado/CDOT Region 4 - JACKSON & LARIMER COUNTIES — On Tuesday, July 5, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will begin work on two sections of Colorado Highway (CO) 14. The project includes chip sealing, striping and delineators.

The work will extend the life of the existing pavement. Work is expected to be completed by late-August of 2016.

This project is located in two sections on CO 14 in Jackson and Larimer Counties. The first section extends from near the Town of Walden to near the top of Cameron Pass, from mile points 34.7 to 64.9. The second section is located from mile point 75.5 and extends to mile point 87.0, on the east side of Cameron Pass towards Fort Collins. Oldcastle Materials SW Group, of Grand Junction, is the prime contractor on this $2.4M project.

TRAVEL IMPACTS: Work hours are Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. No night or weekend work is planned during this project. On CO 14, there will be single-lane closures of up to 5 miles during construction hours. A pilot car will be used to assist traffic thru the work zone. Travelers should expect delays of up to 20 minutes. Speeds will be reduced to 35 MPH through the work zone. Width restrictions are as follows: no more than 12’ wide in the work zone and no overweight/oversized vehicles during construction hours. Thank you for your patience and understanding during construction.

CDOT PROJECT INFORMATION:  For project updates, the public may call 970.306.4549 or email [email protected]. To sign up for “CDOT Alerts” on projects in your chosen area, visit CDOT’s website at and choose the envelop icon at the bottom of the page. Major CDOT project updates are also available via, Twitter @coloradodot or Facebook.