CDOT to begin reconstruction, widening project on Colorado Highway 13 next week
Craig Press Staff
The project is expected to cost $11 million which will include adding the shoulders, clearing, grubbing, earthwork, excavation, culvert removal and replacement, concrete work, paving, fence replacement, the addition of snow fence, striping, erosion control, and seeding, according to the news release.
The project will have a winter shutdown from November until April 2020, with an anticipated completion date of July 2020.
“Motorists can expect flagger operations with north and southbound one-lane alternating traffic, 30-minute delays, 10-foot width restriction, and a 35-mph speed limit reduction,” Truelove said. “The project will be in operation Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.”To keep up to date on the latest details, contact 970-456-1481 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For the latest travel conditions on all Colorado roads, visit cotrip.org.
The Bureau of Land Management’s headquarters will move to Grand Junction.