Projects

Denver Metro Sign Replacement

About the Project

On May 4, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and contractor, Interface Communications Company, will begin work to replace various sign panels, remove overhead sign structures, replace ground signs and various walkway signs throughout Jefferson County.

  • Drivers can expect to see crews on the following highways: US 6, I-25, US 36, US 40, CO 58, I-70, US 85 and C-470.

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Denver Metro Sign Replacement Intersection Map

Project Facts

  • Cost: $635,207
  • Contractor:  Interface Communications  
  • Timeline: May - August 2020
  • Location: Various highway locations in Jefferson County


Proposed Work Schedule

On May 4, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and contractor, Interface Communications Company, will begin work to replace various sign panels, remove overhead sign structures, replace ground signs and various walkway signs throughout Jefferson County.

Drivers can expect to see crews on the following highways: US 6, I-25, US 36, US 40, SH 58, I-70, US 85 and C-470.


Traffic Impacts

All motorized vehicles should expect travel impacts throughout the construction of this project.

  • Flagging operations will be in effect.
  • Motorists should be aware of lane closures and lane shifts.


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