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  • Arapahoe Rd and I-25

    I-25/Arapahoe Road Reconstruction Project Moving Forward

    CDOT, in partnership with Arapahoe County, the Cities of Centennial and Greenwood Village, and the Southeast Public Improvement Metro District, is beginning the next phase for improvements to the I-25 and Arapahoe Road interchange. More...

  • US 550 placing netting 1-29-14

    Rock Scaling Work to Get Underway on US 550 Red Mtn Pass

    Starting Monday, April 28, and lasting for up to four weeks (ending prior to Memorial Day), US 550 on Red Mountain Pass will be FULLY CLOSED between Ironton Park and south of Ouray during these hours:  8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. AND 1:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturdays. More...

  • SA SHaking Hands2014 Stewardship Agreement

    CDOT's Quality Improvement Council has recently completed the 2014 CDOT/FHWA Stewardship Agreement, as well as the 2013 Stewardship Agreement Annual Report.  Both documents, in addition to an Update Bulletin outlining notable changes to the 2014 Stewardship Agreement may be found on the CDOT websiteUpdate. The documents are FINAL and available here.

  • Transportation MattersTelephone Town Hall in West Central Colorado

    The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is hosting a telephone town hall next week for the residents of Eagle, Garfield, Lake, Pitkin, and Summit counties, providing an opportunity for them to ask questions and provide input about their regional transportation priorities. More...

  • Flood Information

    Flood Recovery Updates

    The September 2013 flooding took a devastating toll on the state of Colorado. At one point, more than 30 state highways or interstates were closed. CDOT has reopened all of the highways impacted by the flood but many are in a temporary condition and will require permanent repairs in the future. Recovery updates will be posted here.

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