Corridors

US 24 (West)

United States Highway 24 provides route access across the Rocky Mountains. US 24 is a vital economic corridor connecting front range communities to western slope communities, and is one of only three major east/west alternatives in Colorado.

Crews will be replacing five structures on US 24 between Florissant and Hartsel. Construction on these structures will take place in the warmer months (construction during winter may be halted). One structure will be under construction at a time.

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Mountain Region Map

Drivers should expect slower speeds, narrower lanes
and construction trucks entering and exiting the work zone throughout the corridor.

CO 9 (West)

Colorado Highway 9 provides vital access for residents and tourists to many of the recreation destinations in the Rocky Mountains, which is essential to supporting the rural tourist-based. CO 9 is a major north/south corridor through the central part of Colorado and is an alternate evacuation route for floods and fires.

Crews will be replacing three structures on CO 9 between Cañon City and Hartsel. Construction on these structures will take place in the warmer months (construction during winter may be halted).

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Mountain Region Map

Drivers should expect slower speeds, narrower lanes, and construction trucks entering and exiting the work zone throughout the corridor.

US 350 (East)

The United States Highway 350 corridor provides a connection between Interstate 25 and US 50, shortening by many miles for freight traffic. US 350 is a designated route for hazardous waste, gasoline, diesel and liquefied petroleum, and is a major access point to the US Army’s Pinyon Canyon Maneuver Site.

Crews will be replacing nine structures on US 350 between La Junta and Trinidad. Construction on these structures will be year-round. Multiple structures will be built at a time along this corridor.

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Plains Region Map

Drivers should expect slower speeds, narrower lanes, and construction trucks entering and exiting the work zone throughout the corridor.