CO 392, Weld County Safety Project

Project Complete!

The Colorado Department of Transportation will begin a safety improvement project on Colorado Highway 392 on October 18. Work will take place north of Greeley on CO 392 between County Road 27 and County Road 51. Crews will be installing LED flashing stop signs and replacing signal heads, as well as widening the shoulder in some areas. The project is expected to be complete this December.

Project Benefits

  • These improvements will benefit the public by providing enhanced safety and mobility for motorists traveling on narrow two-lane highways and also improving traffic flow for motorists.

Work Schedule:

  • Starting Oct. 18, traffic impacts will include:
  • Daytime work hours range from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • The project is expected to last until December 2023.

Traffic Impacts:

Motorists can expect the following impacts during the period of construction:

  • Vehicles may be reduced to single-lane, alternating traffic intermittently in either direction, throughout the duration of the project.
  • Plan ahead and expect delays up to 15-minutes.
  • The speed limit will be reduced to 40 mph through the work zone.
  • Refer to for real-time travel conditions and road closures

Project Facts

  • Construction Cost: $517,741
  • Contractor: Mountain Constructors
  • Timeline: October 2023 to December 2023
  • Location: CO 392 from Weld County Road 27 through County Road 51
    • Nearest Town: Greeley/Lucerne
    • Mile Point(s): 109 - 122
    • County: Weld County