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Expect Multiple Lane & Ramp Closures July 29-Aug. 3 on I-25 from 136th Avenue to Northwest Parkway/E-470

July 27, 2018 -


ADAMS COUNTY—Crews next week will close lanes and ramps along I-25 between 136th and Northwest Parkway/E-470 as hey shift traffic and realign barrier as part of the I-25 North Express Lanes project from 120th Avenue to Northwest Parkway/E-470.

All work is weather permitting and subject to change. Motorists should plan to add an additional 10 minutes to their travel time to detour around the closures.

Travel Impacts

TIME & DATE

CLOSURE

DETOUR

9 p.m. Sunday, July 29 - 5:30 a.m. Monday, July 30 Single right-lane closure on southbound I-25 from Northwest Parkway/E-470 to 144th Avenue No detour necessary
All other lanes will remain open.
Single right-lane closure on northbound I-25 from 144th Avenue to Northwest Parkway/E-470 No detour necessary
All other lanes will remain open.
9 p.m. Monday, July 30 - 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 31 Full closure of the southbound I-25 off-ramp to 136th Avenue Exit southbound I-25 at 144th Avenue, travel west on 144th Avenue to Huron Street, then south on Huron Street to reach 136th Avenue.
9 p.m. Tuesday, July 31 - 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 1 Full closure of the southbound I-25 off-ramp to 136th Avenue Exit southbound I-25 at 144th Avenue, travel west on 144th Avenue to Huron Street, then south on Huron Street to reach 136th Avenue.
9 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 1 - 5:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 2 Full closure of the northbound I-25 off-ramp to 136th Avenue Exit northbound I-25 at 120th Avenue, travel east on 120th Avenue to Washington Street, then travel north on Washington Street to reach 136th Avenue.
Full closure of the 136th Avenue on-ramp to northbound I-25 Travel east on 136th Avenue to Washington Street, then travel north on Washington Street to 144th Avenue, and west on 144th Avenue to enter northbound I-25.
9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2 - 5:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 3 Full closure of the northbound I-25 off-ramp to 136th Avenue Exit northbound I-25 at 120th Avenue, travel east on 120th Avenue to Washington Street, then travel north on Washington Street to reach 136th Avenue.
Full closure of the 136th Avenue on-ramp to northbound I-25 Travel east on 136th Avenue to Washington Street, then travel north on Washington Street to 144th Avenue, and west on 144th Avenue to enter northbound I-25.
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Project Info

The North I-25 Express Lanes project from 120thAvenue to Northwest Parkway/E-470 is a $97.5 million project that will improve safety, capacity and user choice to a rapidly developing region. 

This project will continue the previous Express Lanes project, which was completed on I-25 between US 36 and 120thAvenue, and will extend the Express Lanes to Northwest Parkway/E-470. The project will add capacity on I-25 up to Northwest Parkway/E-470 and construct a new asphalt surface from 120th Avenue to Colorado Highway 7. Motorists can expect the roadway to be in its final alignment by winter 2018. 

Construction will take place from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, with periodic night and weekend work. Motorists can expect various lane closures on both northbound and southbound I-25 as well as periodic ramp closures. Traffic will be maintained during peak travel times throughout construction.

About Express Lanes

Express Lanes increase roadway capacity and help to manage congestion on the highways. The use of toll pricing during peak travel times reduces delays, manages congestion and maintains reliable travel times. Express Lanes currently are open between 120thAvenue and US 36 on North I-25 and, US 36 from Denver to Boulder and on the I-70 Mountain Express Lane. Learn more.

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The $97.5 million project is extending Express Lanes on I-25 from 120th Avenue to Northwest Parkway/E-470. The project will add capacity and construct a new asphalt surface from 120th Avenue to Colorado Highway 7. The project will improve safety, capacity and user choice in a rapidly developing region.

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