I-225 Resurfacing from I-25 to Parker Road

Work Schedule

Work on this project will resume in January 2020, with crews completing the installation of the traffic signal pole at the northbound Parker Road off-ramp.

Until then, the newly constructed left-turn lane at the off-ramp will remain closed, with barrels in place and advanced warning signs.

We ask motorists use caution when driving through the area.

Crews began work on this project in June, and to date completed the following:
- Milled and resurfaced northbound and southbound I-225, from I-25 to the Parker Road ramps (mile posts 0-4)
- Milled and resurfaced the Yosemite on and off-ramps
- Milled and resurfaced the Tamarac on and off-ramps
- Promoted minor bridge deck repairs on the ramps from I-25 to I-225
- Realigned and added a turn lane at the I-225 northbound off-ramp at Parker Road to better accommodate traffic in the area
- Improved curb ramps at the intersections of Parker Road, Tamarac Parkway, and DTC Boulevard to ensure ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliance

Project Facts

  • Goal: Make the road safer by providing a new surface, and upgrading infrastructure to current standards.
  • Location: On I-225 from I-25 to Parker Road (mile points 0.38 to 3.85)
  • Cost: $9.7 million
  • Timeline: June - October 2019
  • Contractor: Brannan Sand & Gravel
  • Work hours: 8 p.m. - 5:30 a.m., Sunday - Thursday

Crews on this project will resurface I-225 from I-25 to Parker Road. Work will also include:

  • upgrading curb ramps to current Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) standards;
  • repairing bridge decks;
  • repairing guardrail; and
  • replacing overhead signs.

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