US 6 Bridges Design Build Project
Explore Commuting Options
If you find it too stressful to drive through the US 6 corridor while it is under construction, you might want to explore alternative modes of transportation. This could include using the Regional Transportation District’s West Rail Line or bus services. Click here for information on RTD’s light rail service. For information on bus fares and schedules, click here.
Exploring carpool or vanpool services is another option you might want to pursue. Click here to access an online trip planner where you can input your starting location and destination address into a database to see if there are existing carpool or vanpool services in your area.
If biking or walking are more your speed for short trips, click here for tips on getting to your destination by foot or bicycle.
US 6 overnight closure coming Saturday, Sept. 13: During the overnight hours onSaturday, Sept. 13, crews will perform critical work to prepare for the installation of a new waterline on the Federal Boulevard bridge over US 6. This work will require a full overnight closure of US 6 under the Federal Boulevard bridge for safety purposes. This closure will occur between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., with single lane closures beginning at about 8 p.m.
Bridge work near I-25: There will be work each night on I-25 near US 6 with various lane closures as needed over the hours of 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. This work includes cleanup and bridge work on the US 6 bridge over I-25 and the new northbound I-25 off-ramp to westbound US 6 following the significant work performed this weekend in conjunction with the I-25 Gap Lane Project.
Commuters are advised to use caution and drive carefully through the new traffic alignment on US 6. Lanes have been narrowed slightly and the posted speed limit reduced to 45 mph.
Ongoing traffic impacts currently in place: