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A sign warns drivers entering a canyon east of Hayden to watch for falling rocks. A rockslide in the canyon closed U.S. Highway 40 for two hours Monday, and the Colorado Department of Transportation crews, which can be seen in the background, were still working Tuesday to remove a large boulder that limited traffic to one lane.

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CDOT plans more rock work along US 40 near Hayden

Agency hopes to get funding for netting, fencing

Colorado Department of Transportation officials are moving forward with plans to make the Mount Harris area of U.S. Highway 40 between Steamboat Springs and Hayden safer for drivers. An official said the project could cost $1 million.

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