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In the coming weeks, the Colorado Department of Transportation will continue to remove brush along Highway 139 to help travelers better see wild animals before making contact with them, especially at night, CDOT’s Steve Taylor said last week. The clearing should also give drivers “better sight-to-sight distance with other vehicles coming down the road, especially in some of those more-blind areas where the brush has grown up a little bit higher than it should be,” he said.
In the coming weeks, the Colorado Department of Transportation will continue to remove brush along Highway 139 to help travelers better see wild animals before making contact with them, especially at night, CDOT’s Steve Taylor said last week. The clearing should also give drivers “better sight-to-sight distance with other vehicles coming down the road, especially in some of those more-blind areas where the brush has grown up a little bit higher than it should be,” he said.
In the coming weeks, the Colorado Department of Transportation will continue to remove brush along Highway 139 to help travelers better see wild animals before making contact with them, especially at night, CDOT’s Steve Taylor said last week. The clearing should also give drivers “better sight-to-sight distance with other vehicles coming down the road, especially in some of those more-blind areas where the brush has grown up a little bit higher than it should be,” he said.