Work Resumes June 11 on I-70 from US 6 to Georgetown Resurfacing Project

Lane and ramp closures planned between Georgetown and US 6

The week of June 11, 2017, crews will resume the I-70: US 6 to Georgetown Resurfacing project following a winter shutdown. Travelers on westbound on I-70 should expect delays due to lane and ramp closures between Georgetown and US 6 starting on June 11. Closures are necessary to complete paving.

Traffic Impacts

  • Normal working hours:
    • 9 p.m. Sundays to 6 a.m. on Mondays
    • 6 p.m. - 6 a.m. nights/morning from Monday through Thursday
  • This night work helps to minimize traffic impacts and allows crews to take advantage of the lower traffic volumes.
  • Expect lane shifts and closures through the project area.
  • Wide loads larger than 12 feet will be restricted.
  • Speed limits will be reduced to 55 mph during working hours.
  • For ramp closures, traffic will be detoured to the next exit.

Project Info

The purpose of this project is to resurface the roadway, which will improve safety for motorists. Work on the project consists of milling, paving, signing and striping, and erosion control.

APC Construction is the prime contractor for this $7 million project. CDOT, APC Construction and Clear Creek County would like to thank motorists for their patience during this project.

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