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I-70 Edwards Interchange Phase II

Interstate 70 (I-70) serves as the primary transportation corridor through Eagle County and much of Colorado.  US Highway 6 (US 6) near Edwards, CO is a major collector that runs parallel to I-70 from Dotsero to Dowd Canyon.  The I-70 Edwards Spur road located at the Edwards Interchange along I-70 is approximately 0.6 miles long and runs north and south connecting I-70 to US 6 in the unincorporated town of Edwards, CO.  The Colorado Department of Transportation in cooperation with Eagle County has determined that the Edwards Spur Road requires improvements.

Phase I of the Edwards Spur Road improvements, constructed in 2011, consisted of improvements on the northern half of the Spur Road including four new round-a-bouts and improved connections with the I-70 on and off ramps. Phase 2 of the project will include design of improvements for the southern half of the Edwards Spur Road starting north of the roadway bridge over the UPRR (where Phase 1 terminated) and ending with the connection to US 6 to the south, a distance of approximately 0.4 miles. The design will commence with a determination of the extent of the needed improvements. The design is anticipated to include road and bridge widening, intersection improvements and pedestrian mobility improvements.

Contact Information

Karen Berdoulay
CDOT Project Engineer
karen.berdoulay@state.co.us