I-25 North Express Lanes Project will host a virtual public meeting about upcoming Ketcher Road and Harmony Road work

News Release

April 8, 2021 - Northeastern Colorado

FORT COLLINS The I-25 North Express Lanes project team will host a virtual public meeting to provide information to the traveling public and surrounding communities on the planned phasing and work schedule for the improvements to Harmony Road and Kechter Road in northern Colorado. The virtual meeting will take place on April 14, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. To register for the event, click here

Harmony Road improvements taking place over I-25 will better accommodate traffic operations through the interchange. To add a new westbound lane through the interchange, various nighttime lane closures on Harmony Road will be required. Following the work at Harmony, crews will permanently close the East Frontage Road north of Kechter Road on May 10. Beginning in September, an extended closure of Kechter Road at I-25 will be required to replace the Kechter Road bridge over I-25 and make operational improvements along Kechter Road with the addition of a roundabout to the west. This closure is planned to last through spring 2022. In addition to the I-25 North Express Lanes work, the Town of Timnath will have construction operations going on simultaneously.  

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