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Overnight Paving Begins Tonight on Sheridan Boulevard between 52nd and 58th Avenues

Oct. 18, 2017


ADAMS COUNTY—
Overnight on Wednesday, Oct. 18 and Thursday, Oct. 19, crews will pave Sheridan Boulevard (Colorado Highway 95) between 52nd Avenue and 58th Avenue. Expect lane closures and temporary access restrictions from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. on northbound Sheridan Boulevard, and from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. on southbound Sheridan Boulevard. Side-street and driveway traffic may be held for up to 15 minutes while paving equipment passes through intersections.

Crews are taking advantage of mild temperatures this week to pvae. If necessary, crews may continue paving during the day (7 a.m. to 5 p.m.) this weekend to finish the work. Motorists are driving on a temporary milled surface until the new asphalt is placed.

Crews recently replaced concrete curb ramps and placed new sidewalk north of 52nd Avenue. The project team continues to repair the bridge over Clear Creek just north of Interstate 76.

All work is weather-dependent, and the schedule is subject to change. Visit the project website for the latest schedule and traffic impact information.

Project Info

The Sheridan Boulevard resurfacing project includes curb ramp accessibility improvements, sidewalk replacement, street light installation, traffic signal improvements and an asphalt overlay between 52nd and 58th avenues. This project will also repair the bridge over Clear Creek just north of Interstate 76. Construction will continue through spring 2018.

The total construction cost is approximately $3 million. The project is partially funded by FASTER funds. The Funding Advancements for Surface Transportation and Economic Recovery Act of 2009 (FASTER) allows the State of Colorado to improve roadway safety, repair deteriorating bridges, and support transit.

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