As the Colorado Department of Transportation continues with I-25 widening and drainage improvements, crews will install an underground drainage line, culvert and entrance under the Southwest Frontage Road between Colorado Route 392 and the Kechter Road as part of the 100-year flood prevention portion of this project.
To safely place the new sub-drainage system, a complete closure of SW Frontage Road from north of CO 392 (the Colorado Mountain RV entrance) to south of County Road 34E will take place from 3-21 october.
When complete, the project will increase capacity on I-25 by adding a two-way expressway, constructing inner and outer shoulders, and replacing other aging bridges. The project will also improve multimodal access to regional transit along the corridor.
Complete SW Frontage Road closures from north of the Colorado Mountain RV entrance to south of County Road 34E will occur from 6:00 a.m., October 3, to 5:00 p.m., October 21. Access to local residences and businesses will be maintained. I-25 traffic will not be impacted when the drainage is installed.
More information about this project is available at:
The mission of the Colorado Department of Transportation is to provide the best multimodal transportation system that most efficiently and safely moves people, goods, and information. CDOT maintains over 23,000 miles of highway lanes, over 3,400 bridges and 35 mountain passes. Our team of employees work tirelessly to reduce the rate and severity of collisions and improve the safety of all modes of transportation. CDOT relies on partnerships with a range of private and public organizations and operates Bustang, an inter-regional express bus service. Find more details at codot.gov.