CDOT pedestrian improvement project underway in Rangely

RANGELY | The Rangely Pedestrian Improvements Project started last Monday, June 17. The project is located on Colorado Highway 64 between Grand and Birch Avenues in the town of Rangely and will provide more accessible curbs and sidewalks for pedestrians.

Crews will be providing pedestrian improvements and storm water rehabilitation. The project is expected to be completed by early August 2019. The contractor selected for this $512,000 project is KSK, LLC out of Grand Junction.

Specific points of construction are:

 CO 64 between Grand Avenue and White Avenue

CO 64 at White Avenue

 CO 64 between White Avenue and Cedar Street

CO 64 at Birch Avenue


No major traffic impacts are expected at this time. The project will be in operation Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., until June 30. Starting July 1, until the end of the project, operation will take place Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.


Project Hotline: 970-808-9097


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1 Comment

  1. Government logic strikes again. I didn’t know we had a pedestrian problem. Maybe I need reminded how many dollars it was to fix the stop light, with crossings, just 75 feet away from part of this project. I haven’t yet researched how they determine when these pedestrian projects are needed. Do they take surveys, like traffic?

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