Category Archives: Roads
Thursday 10/10 from 10am to 12noon. Woody Creek road will be closed at near Mile Marker 3 just up valley of Flying Dog Ranch for asphalt patching. Plan accordingly.
The Grand Avenue Bridge project team has worked with the Glenwood Springs community and other stakeholders since April 2011 to develop alternatives for the 6th and Laurel intersection. In May 2013, a revised roundabout option was recommended by the Project … Continue reading
Responding to concerns expressed at a previous City Council Workshop (August 1) about a proposed Midland Avenue construction detour, the Grand Avenue Bridge project team has been meeting regularly with City staff to work through the potential to use 8th … Continue reading
The following is a message from Pitkin Alert: Please use caution driving in our area. There are multiple areas with tree limbs down creating hazard, debris on roadways and winter conditions. Take extra time and drive carefully
IDAHO SPRINGS – Asphalt paving, bridge and median barrier work, sign installation, and truck hauling operations are scheduled for next week, east and west of the Twin Tunnels and at the bottom of Floyd Hill. Lane closures are scheduled as … Continue reading
Pitkin County closed Maroon Creek road to uphill vehicular traffic above the T Lazy 7 ranch approximately 1/2 mile below the Forest Service entry portal today as a result of the Federal Government shutdown. The closure came after the Forest … Continue reading
DENVER — Highway closures continue in areas of Denver, portions of northern Colorado and points west of the Front Range today due to flooding, and rock and mudslides. Due to the amount of saturation and possible unstable conditions of state highways, … Continue reading
The intersection of Railroad Avenue and 16th Street in Rifle is currently closed. It’s not known why the intersection is closed, but authorities say it should reopen around 5:00 this afternoon. Stay tuned to KMTS for more information.
Always keep the top half of your gas tank full. It can give you better traction and gives you a bigger margin of error if you get stuck and have to keep the engine running periodically to keep warm. If … Continue reading