Pike Road: Pike Road is closed to eastbound traffic between South Sunset and South Coffman streets through Wednesday to allow crews to widen Pike to accommodate bike lanes as part of Longmont’s Pike Road Improvements Project. Construction is to take place from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, but the eastbound lane is closed overnight  to accommodate various construction activities. Detour signs will direct traffic from South Sunset Street and South Main Street to Ken Pratt Boulevard.

County Line Road: The widening and installation of left turn lanes and intersection improvements and other work on County Line Road between Ninth and 17th avenues is underway and scheduled to be completed in April.

Downtown Longmont, Main Street: Crews have installed barriers for a lane-closing project, with workers closing off a northbound lane between the middle of the 200 block of Main and Sixth Avenue and a southbound lane from Sixth to Fourth avenues. The closings, put in place to create additional outdoor space for downtown shoppers and restaurant customers, are tentatively planned to be in place into September.

Ninth Avenue: Ninth is closed between Airport Road and Hover Street for a paving and road improvements project that is expected to last through Friday . Vehicles intending to travel east or west through the construction area will be required to use alternate routes and should follow the detour signs to 17th Avenue to the north or Nelson Road to the south of Ninth Avenue. Local traffic will be allowed to access neighborhoods at all times from Ninth Avenue using the following routes: access to Champion Greens from Airport Road; access to Valley/Fairways from Hover Street.

17th Avenue and Main Street: Storm drainage work along 17th east of Main and along the east and west sides of Main north of 17th is expected to continue through early September. Travelers can expect continued closures of the right lanes of northbound Main and westbound 17th throughout the project as crews install the additional storm sewer system. Project work will generally take place on weekdays during daytime hours.

First Avenue and Emery Street: Intersection improvements, pavement reconstruction and a railroad crossing improvement project will reduce lane widths along First at Emery and cause occasional delays due to equipment moving in and out of the work area. Emery Street will be closed between First and Second avenues for the duration of the project, which is expected to last six months, and Second Avenue is recommended as a detour route.

Main Street (U.S. 287): The Colorado Department of Transportation is working on adding a northbound U.S. 287 lane between Pike Road and a point about 1,000 feet south of Pike Road and Main Street, and on medians at Main’s intersections with Grand Avenue and 17th Avenue, a project that’s scheduled to be completed in mid-August. Motorists can expect single-lane closings from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.

Boulder County

Colo. 119: Expect full-lane closures during off-peak hours, intermittent lane closures, detours, trail impacts on stretches of the roadway between Boulder and Nederland until fall. Drivers should plan for delays of about 20 minutes through June. Crews will work from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Drivers are encouraged to use the alternate routes of Colo. 72 or Lefthand Canyon Drive during construction.

Olde Stage Road: Olde Stage Road is reduced to one lane in multiple locations to build retaining walls and replace a culvert, with 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. working hours Mondays through Fridays. Crews will remove asphalt from a few sections of Olde Stage where retaining walls will be built and the culvert will be replaced. Motorists can expect gravel road conditions in multiple areas. One of the areas is on the southern end of the road and is on a downhill slope behind a curve for anyone traveling southbound. There is currently one traffic signal being used on the road. This project should be completed in August.


Cherry Avenue and 10th Street: While a new access point to Ponderosa Mobile Home Park is being constructed at Cherry Avenue and 10th Street, traffic into and out of the Foothills Community, the Rosewood neighborhood, Foothills Community Park, and Foothills Community Garden will be detoured through Ponderosa via the Broadway entrance. Construction is expected to be completed Aug. 10. Work hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays.

Foothills Parkway: Foothills is reduced to one lane of traffic in each direction between Baseline Road and Colorado Avenue for a bicycle and pedestrian underpass project. A bicycle and pedestrian detour is in place, and there might be some off-peak-hour lane closings. There is a 30 mph limit in places where posted.

Pennsylvania Avenue: Pennsylvania is closed to vehicles between 12th and 13th streets but open to cyclists and pedestrians during restaurant reopenings in the area. The closing is expected to last through Sept. 30.

Pearl Street: Pearl is closed to vehicles but open to cyclists and pedestrians between Ninth and 11th streets through Sept. 30 for area restaurant reopenings.

30th Street: The right lane on 30th Street heading northbound will have intermittent lane closures between Walnut and Mapleton streets through July 2022 during construction of the Pollard Jeep Site development. Arrow boards and signage will be used to direct traffic.

Table Mesa Drive: Pavement milling between Vassar Drive and Broadway is to begin Wednesday, followed by resurfacing and then striping, on a Table Mesa Drive pavement management project that’s expected to be finished Aug. 21.


88th Street:  88th Street south of Shamrock Drive is  scheduled be closed to all traffic through Wednesday for expedited repairs.  During this time 88th Street north of Shamrock Drive will be open to local traffic for residents of Reliance Circle and Saddlebrooke. Residents of Reliance Circle can also park on Enterprise Street if the detour through Louisville is inconvenient.


County Line Road: Portions of County Line Road will be closed at Vista Parkway beginning Monday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for utility work. The contractor will be making repairs and installing a storm sewer, which requires trenching across the roadway. The roadway will be accessible with one lane of travel. The work is expected to take two weeks, weather permitting. After work hours, lanes will be open with some rough surfaces.

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