Projects

US 160 Hawkins Signal & ADA Ramp Project

About the Project

The Colorado Department of Transportation and contract partner Four Corners Materials will begin the US 160 Hawkins signal and
Americans with Disabilities Act ramps project on Monday, July 27. Work will take place along US Highway 160/Main Street in Cortez at the following intersections: Maple St., Linden St., Washington St., Madison St., Harrison St., Park St., Mildred Rd., Sligo St. and Hawkins St.

Work will include the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of US 160/Main St. and Hawkins St. and theenhancement of 34 ADA compliant curb ramps. These ramps will be in compliance with the Public Right of Way Accessibility Guidelines requirements. Additional work will include
improvements to curb, gutter, and sidewalks.Work will include the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of US 160/Main St. and Hawkins St. which will include signal poles, mast arms, signal heads, conduit, cabinet/controllers, and detection controls. Crews will also install 34 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant curb ramps 
at 9 additional intersections along US 160/Main Street: Maple St., Linden St., Washington St., Madison St., Harrison St., Park St., Mildred Rd., Sligo St. and Hawkins St.  Additional work will include improvements to curb, gutter, and sidewalks. 

Project Facts

  • Cost: $1.83 Million
  • Contractor: Four Corners Material
  • Timeline: July - December 2020
  • Location: On US 160/Main St in Cortez CO
US 160 Cortez ADA Ramp Work Zone Map
US 160 Hawkins Work Zone


Proposed Work Schedule

  • This project is complete.

Traffic Impacts

  • No further traffic impacts.


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