Starting Monday, April 13, 2020, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and contract partner Casper Electric will begin a traffic signal replacement project on US 40 at two locations. The project limits will be on US 40 and CO 9/6th Street in Kremmling and on US 40 and 1st Street in Granby. The project has an anticipated completion date of Oct. 2020.
This project will improve safety by adding new vehicle detection to improve real-time traffic monitoring. Crews will also install 14 ADA compliant curb ramps which will provide functional accessibility to all travelers using our state and U.S. highways.
In addition to the new ADA ramps and vehicle detection upgrades work will include: removal and installation of new traffic signal equipment, signal poles, mast arms, signing and striping.
*Motorists can expect a shoulder closure and right lane closure. The project will be in operation Monday through Friday from 7 am to 7 pm.
Those seeking more information about this project, or with questions or comments, can reach the project team at:
- Project hotline: (970) 639-0680
- Project website: https://www.codot.gov/projects/us40-trafficsignalupgrades/