MEEKER | The Colorado Department of Transportation has announced plans to close Hwy. 13 for two hours per day and reroute traffic to CR 5 during a construction project this summer that failed to include traffic control plans. The Rio Blanco County Board of Commissioners are opposed to this plan and are asking citizens to attend a public meeting with CDOT representatives Monday, June 10 at the RBC Courthouse from 10-11 a.m. to share their concerns about the proposal. Negative impacts on tourism, local commuters and safety hazards of detouring heavy summer traffic to CR 5 are all possible considerations. Please attend and share your concerns.
RBC I As marijuana becomes available for recreational use throughout Colorado, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) remind motorists that it is illegal to drive while impaired by marijuana.
RBC | The Colorado Department of Transportation and contractor, Scott Contracting, Inc., of Centennial, Colorado, have a project underway to improve the safety and driving surface of Colorado Highway 13 about 16 miles north of […]
RANGELY | Crossing Rangely’s Main Street is hazardous, according to a White River Village resident who spoke to the Rangely Board of Trustees at the March 26 meeting. The resident, who rides a scooter, said […]
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