US 385 Holyoke North Resurfacing

Project Complete!

This is an infrastructure and accessibility upgrade project along US Highway 385 north of Holyoke. The main scope of work includes rehabilitating the pavement and widening shoulders along a ten-mile stretch of US 385. Other work includes subbase excavation, milling, base course, asphalt overlay, culvert extensions, signage, striping, and installing new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant curb ramps along US 385 and US 6 within the city limits. The new curb ramps will be sloped for easier access, finished with a slip resistant surface, and will include other features to meet ADA guidelines.

This state and federally funded project is part of CDOT’s 10-year plan to restore this section of two-lane highway to optimal condition and add much-needed curb ramps at various intersections in downtown Holyoke to improve accessibility for all pedestrians.

Project Benefits:

  • Restore a ten-mile stretch of two-lane highway to optimal driving condition
  • Widen shoulders and add guardrail and signage to improve driver safety
  • Install ADA curb ramps to enhance accessibility for all pedestrians

Project Facts

  • Cost: $16.5 Million
  • Contractor:  Simon Contractors
  • Timeline: April 17 through November 2023
  • Location: US 385 & US 6
    • Nearest Town: Holyoke
    • Mile Points US 385: 278.43 to  289.00
    • Mile Points US 6: 454 to 454.6
    • County: Phillips

Holyoke map final with curb ramp locations