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If you drive Crystal Valley Parkway, you likely know just when to slow down to accommodate the dip on the east side of the bridge.
That dip occurred when elements of the bridge settled, but soon, it will be gone. The Town is planning to fix the bridge, and work starts Monday, Sept. 19.
Crews will inject an expanding foam material under the bridge pavement to lift it back to level with the roadway, eliminating the dip. To do so, they’ll have to re-arrange traffic for up to two weeks.
There are two lanes on each side of the bridge. One side of the bridge will be closed, so crews can safely work on that side. Both directions of traffic will share the other side of the bridge, with one lane going in each direction.
Crews will start by closing the eastbound lanes of the bridge on Monday, Sept. 19. Work there is expected to take up to three days. Then, crews will close and work on the westbound lanes for another three days.
Please pay extra attention as you drive through this and all construction zones. An alternate route is Lake Gulch Road to Plum Creek Parkway. Remember, work schedules depend on Colorado’s variable weather. In general, work will take place during weekdays only.
For information on all road and lane closures townwide, visit our map at CRgov.com/roadwork.
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