CDOT says the weather has been key in repairing 200 miles of flood damaged roads and
they're confident all state highways will be open by December 1st. That includes Hwy. 34 between Loveland and Estes Park and Hwy. 7 out of Lyons, the final two roadways still closed.

Amy Ford with Colorado Department of Transportation said, "We had the flooding start on Thursday and Friday. By the following week, there were contracts written for the repair work.The speed at which we did that was unprecedented at CDOT."

Of the 27 highways closed after Colorado's floods, 25 are now back open. Of the 200 miles the flood damaged, all but 40 miles are fixed.


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