Road and Bridge Work to Occur on US 6 in Sterling starting Monday

March 3, 2017 - Northeastern Colorado/CDOT Region 4 - Work will include road and bridge work

LOGAN COUNTY — The Colorado Department of Transportation on March 6 is scheduled to begin work on US 6 in Sterling. Work will include improvements to drainage, bridge work, and paving. An easier commute for drivers is anticipated once this project is complete.

Project work will begin at mile post 404.97 on US 6 and continue until mile post 406.11. All work is expected to be completed by Fall 2017. Castle Rock Construction Company of Colorado, LLC based in Centennial, CO is the prime contractor on this $8.6 million project.

TRAVEL IMPACTS: Work will begin in the eastbound lanes. Traffic will be diverted onto the westbound lanes in a head-to-head configuration with a continuous left turn lane provided. Detours for access to Right of Way Road will be provided when necessary. Construction activities will run from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Overnight and weekend work is not expected but may occur. Speed reductions to 35 mph will be in place, and width restrictions of 12 feet will occur during this project.

Motorists need to be aware of possible traffic stops and workers on foot along the roadway. For project updates, please email [email protected], or call the project hotline at (970) 373-1584. More information is available on the project website:

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