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Spring Is Here, Here Comes the Cones

The Colorado Department of Transportation will be adding pavement markings, edge line and centerline rumble strips along sections of six highways in northeast Colorado starting April 8 and continue to the middle of May. A total of 176 miles of roadway will be improved with the installation of pavement markings, edge line and centerline rumble strips along segments of the following highways: Colorado Highways 93, 52 and 7; and US Highways 34, 40 and 287. Affected counties include Boulder, Cheyenne, Larimer, Morgan, Washington, Weld and Yuma.

Beginning on April 8, construction will start on US 40 at MP 446 moving east to MP 487 in Cheyenne County. Crews will install edge line and centerline rumble strips and restripe existing center and edge lines along sections of US 34 from MP 125 to 150 in Weld and Morgan counties, and from MP 174.5 to 260 in Weld, Washington and Yuma counties to the Kansas state line. In Boulder County work takes place on CO 93 on MP 12 to 14 then moves to US 287 from MP 308 to 325 into Larimer County (not all segments will receive new rumble strips). Crews then work on CO 52 (Mineral Road) from MP 0.15 to 7 in Boulder County.

Lastly, CO 7 receives new rumble strips between MP 2 and 19 in Boulder and Larimer counties. Work is expected to be completed by the end of May 2024. Travel Impacts will include: Short-duration single lane closures with delays from 5-15 minutes with no single lane closure to exceed one mile, as flaggers may direct and hold traffic causing minor temporary delays, with no construction is planned for Saturdays or Sundays. For additional information about this project, you can call the project information line at 855-728-8646, or go to CDOT’s website at


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