The eastbound Interstate 70 bridge over Washington Road might be closed for three nights Might 21-23 as crews work to make repairs, weather relying, the Colorado Department of Transportation announced in a brand new release.
The Washington Road bridge at mile marker 274.50 is considered one of nine bridges that CDOT is repairing throughout the Denver-metro area, in accordance with the discharge.
Replacing some getting old infrastructure will improve security and scale back wear-and-tear on automobiles, the release said. The $1.four million challenge began in February and is predicted to be completed in November.
A number of the repairs embrace fixing bridge bearings, abutments and rails in addition to portray, sealing and paving.
The eastbound I-70 bridge at Washington Road shall be closed between eight p.m. and 5 a.m. Might 21-23.
Detours out there embrace the following:
- Eastbound I-70 visitors onto the off-ramp to bypass the closure and access the highway from the on-ramp after Washington Road
- Northbound Washington Road visitors onto Brighton Boulevard, persevering with on 44th Road and East 47th Avenue
- Southbound Washington Road visitors to East 47th Avenue toward forty fourth Road and Brighton Boulevard
- Semitrucks going southbound on Washington Road to westbound I-70, exit at Pecos Road, back on eastbound I-70, and reaching Washington Road
For more info on the undertaking, name 720-572-4475, e mail email@example.com or visit codot.gov/projects/9-bridge-pad-repairs-in-denver-metro-area.