Before the government shutdown, Colorado senators had proposed bills to raise the spending limit on emergency road repair, in order to get the state back on track after the flood. Unfortunately, those bills weren't picked up. But then...
It feels like road work never really stops around here; but it's obviously more frequent in the summertime. It's a good thing the Colorado Department of Transportation is providing us with a road work schedule, so at least we'll know exactly which days we're going to be furiously death-gripping our steering wheels!
A striping project along US Highway 34 from Loveland to Greeley is scheduled to begin Sunday night and delays are expected through Thursday. Traffic along US 34 will be reduced to one lane during the work.
Expect some delays as you drive on Highway 392/Main Street in Windsor over the next week or so. If you have driven through Windsor in the last day or so you have seen some construction work along Highway 392/Main Street. We got some information on what to expect in the upcoming couple of weeks and what is being done from the Colorado Department of Transportation or CDOT.
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