Projects

CO 392, Windsor to Lucerne

CO 392 Windsor Project Restart

On Sept. 6, 2016, the Colorado Department of Transportation resumed work on a resurfacing and bridge rehabilitation project along approximately three miles of Colorado Highway (CO) 392, from Windsor to Lucerne, in Weld County. The project was suspended in October 2015 to accommodate multiple Town of Windsor projects, and is expected to continue through November 2016.

This project will:

  • Provide a smoother, safer and more durable highway for commuters on CO 392 between CO 257 and US 85.
  • Resurface the roadway.
  • Improve surface drainage.
  • Upgrade bridge rail and guardrail to meet current standards.

Project Facts
 

  • Cost:
    $5.8 million

Project Team

  • Contractor(s): Coulson Excavating

Schedule and Traffic Impacts

Normal working hours are 6 a.m. - 6 p.m., be Monday through Friday. During roadway reconstruction, motorists can expect alternating shifts in travel lanes for up to one mile at a time.

During working hours, both lanes of travel will be maintained when possible. Otherwise, motorists can expect one alternating lane of traffic for a limited distance. Additionally, speed limits will be reduced to 40 mph during working hours. Special attention should be paid during milling and paving operations at the intersection of CO 392 and CO 257 (aka, County Road 19).

Traffic fines will be doubled for speed violations through the construction zone. For your safety, please plan for additional time and drive carefully through the construction zone.

CO 392 Windsor Work Zone
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