CDOT will host a public meeting Tuesday for construction of the I-25 & Prospect Road Interchange

September 5, 2019 - Northeastern Colorado

FORT COLLINS As construction activities on the I-25 North Express Lanes: Johnstown to Fort Collins Project progresses, CDOT is hosting a public meeting to present information on construction of the I-25 and Prospect Road Interchange. The meeting will be held at the Colorado Welcome Center, 3745 Prospect Road, Suite 105, Fort Collins, on Tuesday, Sept. 10, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

This meeting will begin with a brief presentation followed by an open house to provide information about upcoming construction activities, closures and detour routes, and answer any questions members of the community, local businesses or residents may have. 

Public meetings like this one are a good opportunity for those who drive in the area to learn about impacts, but it is also helpful to the project team to hear concerns and ideas from the people who know the area on a daily basis. 


The I-25 North Express Lanes: Johnstown to Fort Collins Project will increase capacity by adding an Express Lane in both directions, constructing inside and outside shoulders, and replacing aging bridges. The project will also improve multimodal access to regional transit to promote mode shift, improve bus service performance by adding new bus slip ramps from I-25 to the new Park-n-Ride at Kendall Parkway, and improve interchanges at Highway 402, Prospect Road and US 34.


The following tips are to help you stay safe while traveling through maintenance and construction work zones.

  • Do not speed in work zones. Obey the posted speed limits.

  • Stay Alert! Expect the unexpected.

  • Watch for workers. Drive with caution.

  • Don't change lanes unnecessarily.

  • Avoid using mobile devices such as phones while driving in work zones.

  • Turn on headlights so that workers and other drivers can see you.

  • Be especially alert at night while driving in work zones.

  • Expect delays, especially during peak travel times.

  • Allow ample space between you and the car in front of you.

  • Anticipate lane shifts and merge when directed to do so.

  • Be patient!



To heighten safety awareness, CDOT recently announced its Whole System — Whole Safety initiative. This project takes a systematic statewide approach to safety combining the benefits of CDOT’s programs that address driving behaviors, our built environment and the organization's operations. The goal is to improve the safety of Colorado’s transportation network by reducing the rate and severity of crashes and improving the safety of all transportation modes. The program has one simple mission—to get everyone home safely.


CDOT has approximately 3,000 employees located throughout Colorado and manages more than 23,000 lane miles of highway and 3,429 bridges. CDOT also manages grant partnerships with a range of other agencies, including metropolitan planning organizations, local governments and airports. It also administers Bustang, the state-owned and operated interregional express service. Gov. Polis has charged CDOT to further build on the state’s intermodal mobility options.