Moffat County Commissioner Chuck Grobe, yesterday, announced that the Colorado Department of Transportation will be working on all routes to Denver over the next year. Grobe said starting in April C-Dot will be working on the wildlife migration project along Highway 9, which will take quite some time. In the meantime, the department will also be working in other areas that will cause delays for motorists trying to get to Denver. Highway 131 will be worked on through downtown Oak Creek, and the west side of Berthoud Pass will be resurfaced. That means there will be delays on Highways 40, 9 and 131 this summer. Grobe says he has a plan worked out with C-Dot, in which they will let him know what work they are doing about a week ahead of time, so the commissioners can get the word out to the public.