State highway workers are getting ready to begin a wildlife mitigation project on Highway 9 between Silverthorne and Kremmling. Other projects scheduled for this summer include major work on Highway 131 through downtown Oak Creek, and resurfacing the west side of Berthoud Pass on Highway 40. The projects will mean detours and delays for those traveling to and from Denver. Due to the extensive nature of the projects, the Colorado Department of Transportation will hold a project kick-off meeting in Steamboat to let people know what to expect throughout the summer. The Highway 9 project is expected to begin in early April. The meeting will take place at Citizen’s Hall in Steamboat March 31st from 5:30 to 6:30.
C-Dot to Hold Meeting to Provide Summer Project Info
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