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CDOT Reveals Rendering Of I-70 Expansion At Floyd Hill

By Danielle Chavira CLEAR CREEK COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Colorado Department of Transportation revealed a snapshot of what the expansion of Interstate 70 at Floyd Hill is expected to look like. The project is meant to improve travel time reliability, safety as well as address declining infrastructure. Additionally, the expansion is set to offer different routes for emergencies or severe weather. (credit: Colorado Dept. of Transportation) Other features are to include: Westbound I-70 reconstruction with addition of third travel lane Replacement of two Bridge Enterprise eligible bridges Westbound and eastbound I-70 curve flattening and safety improvements Interchange and intersection improvements throughout project Greenway improvements Frontage road addition between Central City Parkway and US 6 Interchanges Wildlife safety mitigation improvements, including wildlife crossings and fencing Eastbound I-70 climbing lane for heavy commercial or slow-moving vehicles A final design mockup is underway. The project, expected to begin next spring, will cost $700 million. Officials hope to finish it by 2027.  
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Rocky Mountain National Park Calls Out Visitor Who Got Too Close to Moose

Time and time again, wildlife officials have to remind Colorado residents to stay away from animals — unfortunately, some people aren't listening. In August, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) sent out another wildlife warning after a moose charged a hiker who got too close in Clear Creek County. Thankfully, the hiker escaped without injury, but the incident made it clear that moose are dangerous.
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102 MPH winds hit resort in Colorado, another closes for entire day

"Wind gusts are preventing us from safely operating our lifts," wrote Loveland Ski Area on Twitter, as dangerous winds blast much of Colorado and beyond. Loveland Ski Area will not open today, at all, with images from the scene showing windy, near-whiteout conditions. Clear Creek County, home to Loveland Ski Area, is experiencing dangerous weather conditions as wind gusts over 100 miles per hour hit parts of the state. A winter weather advisory is underway through midnight tonight, with some snow expected. Clear Creek County...
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