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CDOT to Start Repairing Cracks on I-70, I-25, US 36, CO 128, US 285 and US 40

Five months of nighttime highway repairs planned across metro area


DENVER—
Starting in mid-October, crews will begin repairing cracks in the pavement on 14 segments of highway within Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver and Jefferson counties.

This $1.3 million project will place heated sealant into cracks in and along the lanes of asphalt pavement and asphalt bridge decks to prevent water damage and slow pavement deterioration.

"The sealant material being used to repair the roadway is a highly durable and waterproof material," said Ryan Sorensen, CDOT resident engineer. "This project will increase motorist safety, as well as increase the longevity of the roads. We will work nights to minimize impacts to motorists."

This work is expected to be complete in spring 2018.

Locations

Highway

Segment

Eastbound I-70 Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnel to mile point 218
Westbound I-70 Silver Plume to Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnel
I-25 6th Avenue to 14th Avenue
23rd Avenue to 44th Avenue
6th Avenue to Colfax Avenue
20th Avenue to 44th Avenue
I-70 Colfax Avenue to 32nd Avenue
Ward Road to Kipling Street
US 36 I-70 to Bennett
CO 128 (120th Avenue) Melody Drive to Federal Parkway
Federal Parkway to Main Street
US 285 Indian Hills to CO 8
US 40 (Colfax) Tower Road to Sable Boulevard
Berthoud Falls to Empire
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Traffic Impacts

Working hours will be 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each night/morning from Sunday through Thursday, with various intermittent lane closures. No detours or extended full road closures are planned; however, motorists can expect single-lane closures.

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