CDOT begins ADA Ramp Project in Winter Park

News Release

August 10, 2020 - Northwestern Colorado - Work begins August 17 and continues through late August

Winter Park – The Colorado Department of Transportation and Contractor KSK, LLC, will begin work on August 17 to bring existing curb ramps into compliance with Public Rights of Way Accessibility Guidelines, or PROWAG.** The project is located between Mile Point 228.72 and MP 232.85 (on Main Street and 

United States Highway 40), approximately 3.6 miles north of the Winter Park Resort and will improve curb ramps, sections of adjacent sidewalks, curbs, and gutters. Please see maps further below, indicating where improvements will take place.

**Public Rights of Way Accessibility Guidelines. The Access Board is an independent federal agency that promotes equality for people with disabilities through leadership in accessible design and the development of accessibility guidelines and standards.


Affected intersections along Main Street (Southside=S and Northside=N)

Kings Crossing RD. (N/S) High Country DR. (N/S) Rosie’s Way (N/S)

Miller RD. (N/S) Drive (N) Rendezvous Way (N/S)

Cooper Creek Way (N/S) Vasquez RD. (N/S) Winter Park Dr. (N/S)

Village Dr. (N)

Affected intersections along US HWY 40 (Southside=S and Northside=N)

Old Town Dr. (N/S) Lakota Trail (N)


Work is scheduled to begin on August 17 and is expected to continue through late August. Normal working hours will be Monday through Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m, and Thursday 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.



  • Travelers by car, bike, wheelchair or foot can expect various lane and sidewalk closures

where work zones exist, during daylight hours, Monday through Friday. 

  • Sidewalks are likely to be closed overnight or over weekends to allow the concrete to set up.

  • Access to all businesses will be maintained, but may be temporarily altered. 


For additional information about this project, contact the project team. 


Travelers are urged to “know before you go.” Gather information about weather forecasts and anticipated travel impacts and current road conditions prior to hitting the road. CDOT resources include:

US 40 between Lakota Trail and Old Town Drive curb ramp installation location on map

Kings Crossing Intersection Map

Village, Vasquez and Cooper Intersections

High Country - Rosies Intersection

Miller Rd. Rendezvous


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.

  • Anticipate lane shifts and merge when directed to do so

  • Expect delays, especially during peak travel times.

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

  • 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.

  • Be patient!


Safe transportation infrastructure is essential for all of us, particularly for emergency first responders and freight drivers as Colorado navigates the COVID-19 pandemic. With that in mind, CDOT maintenance and construction crews  follow social distancing and other health safety measures to reduce COVID-19 exposure on the worksite. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced guidelines for construction activities. The public is urged to join the campaign for #DoingMyPartCO by practicing social distancing and wearing face masks.  As traffic returns to normal levels, motorists must drive cautiously and heed the speed limit so all of us can return home safely. 


In early 2019, CDOT announced its Whole System — Whole Safety initiative to heighten safety awareness. This initiative 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 inter-regional express service. Governor Jared Polis has charged CDOT to further build on the state’s multimodal mobility options.