Beginning July 9, the Colorado Department of Transportation and contractor partner, APC Construction Co., LLC, started work on roadway improvements on University Boulevard/Colorado Highway 177 between Arapahoe Road and Hampden Avenue, mile points 1.37 to 6.28.
This $6.3 million overlay project includes roadway resurfacing; installing ADA ramps at every intersection of CO 177; replacing curb, gutter and sidewalks at various locations; and replacing the bridge just north of Arapahoe Road.
“University Boulevard between Arapahoe Road and Hampden Avenue is heavily traveled on and is an important route to the residential communities and local businesses in the area,” said CDOT Regional Transportation Director Paul Jesaitis. “Our goal is to deliver a project that increases safety and extends the life of the roadway. We’re committed to minimizing impact to traffic and urge motorists to please go slow in the cone zone.”
This project is expected to be complete in early 2019.
Road work to occur on Santa Fe Drive in Arapahoe County
Beginning Wednesday, July 11, CDOT and contractor partner, APC Construction Co., LLC, began daytime and overnight work on Santa Fe Drive/US 85 as a part of the CO 177 and US 85 Roadway Improvements project. Work on US 85 is expected to be complete in early August and will take place between County Line Road and Bowles Avenue.
Work will begin at the south side of the project at County Line Road and move north until it reaches Bowles Avenue. This part of the $6.3 million overlay project will include northbound milling and paving of the roadway, installation of ADA ramps, and replacing curb, gutter and sidewalks at various locations on US 85.
Work on CO 177 between US 285/Hampden Avenue and Arapahoe Road will be complete in early 2019.
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