Traveling outside of Craig is taking a little more time than normal these days. Moffat County Commissioner Chuck Grobe updated the audience Tuesday on road construction activity in the area. Bridge repair starts this week on Highway 40 over the Yampa River on the east side of Craig. Guard rails along Highway 13 about 15 miles north of Craig are being repaired and replaced, while the road is being resurfaced. On Highway 13 north of Meeker, Nine-Mile Hill is being roto-milled and resurfaced. The Wildlife Mitigation Project on Highway 9 near Kremmling is still underway, and Berthoud Pass is being resurfaced. Grobe says if you plan on traveling out of Craig this summer, there will be delays no matter which way you go. Give yourself some extra time and be patient with the workers.
Leaving Craig this Summer Means Leaving Early
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