I-25 "Gap" Project a Step Closer to Construction

The Colorado Department of Transportation has completed it's environmental assessment - a requirement before construction on the I-25 "gap" project can begin.

"We anticipate being able to break ground on the project before Labor Day," C-DOT spokesperson Tamara Rollison said. "Now that we have the environmental work done and the funding identified, we are ready to begin." 

The 350-million dollar plan calls for an express toll lane in each direction on the 18-mile stretch of highway between Monument and Castle Rock.  C-DOT says the project will take more than two years.

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