Replacement construction of I-70 structure comes to a standstill, paving between Frisco and Silverthorne continues

The Colorado Department of Transportation entered a winter construction hiatus to replace a failing emergency access structure under Interstate 70 west of the Eisenhower Johnson Memorial Tunnel, according to a press release.

The press release indicates that from the end of November to next April, no lane closures or construction work are expected for the I-70 structure replacement project. The far right westbound lane west of the tunnel has also been reopened.

A separate repaving project on I-70 will continue between Silverthorne and Frisco during working hours Monday through Thursday, the statement said. The CDOT encourages I-70 westbound travelers to allow an additional 30 minutes of travel time when passing through the areas, but eastbound traffic will not be affected.

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