I-70 through Glenwood Canyon partially reopens; full reopening may not happen until Thanksgiving
The Colorado Department of Transportation warned motorists to prepare for heavy traffic and delays on Saturday afternoon
I-70 through Glenwood Canyon may reopen as soon as Saturday afternoon
The canyon has been closed since July 29, when mud and rock slides forced more than 100 people to spend the night on I-70, including nearly 30 who took refuge in a tunnel near the Hanging Lake exit
Colorado seeks $116 million in federal aid for mudslide cleanup along I-70 in Glenwood Canyon
It remains unclear when the heavily traveled route may reopen
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It may be weeks before I-70 reopens through Glenwood Canyon after mud and rock slides
Gov. Jared Polis is preparing state and federal disaster declarations as state officials assess “extreme damage” to the highway and threats to the rail line that runs adjacent to the Colorado River
I-70 in Glenwood Canyon will remain closed after CDOT finds damage “unlike anything they had seen before”
To detour around the latest closure, motorists are asked to travel north on U.S. 40 through Steamboat Springs, which adds several hours
U.S. 6 over Loveland Pass shut by mudslides, hazmat vehicles must now go through Eisenhower tunnel
Alternate routes advised: I-70 remains closed through Glenwood Canyon as removal of mud and rocks from 10 slides goes slow.
Mudslides in Glenwood Canyon force more than 100 to spend night on I-70
The highway likely will be closed through the weekend because of the massive level of clean up required and heavy rain in the weather forecast.
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One dead, three missing after flash floods sweep mud and debris from wildfire scars into Poudre Canyon
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Mudslides bury I-70, prompt “extended” Glenwood Canyon closure during busy holiday weekend
Dozens of vehicles were trapped for hours between mudslides in Glenwood Canyon Saturday afternoon. All were able to drive out under their own power.
Interstate 70 opens through Glenwood Canyon as crews work to clean up weekend mudslides
More rain is in the forecast, which could lead to more slides. "It’s a double-edged sword. We need the moisture, but we just don’t need it concentrated in Glenwood Canyon," CDOT boss says.
Second mudslide from Grizzly Creek burn scar closes I-70 through Glenwood Canyon
Fire managers last summer warned the scar left 32,000-acre fire in and above Glenwood Canyon was a threat to the highway in some areas.
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I-70 reopens near Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnels tunnel after shutting down over suspicious device
Colorado State Patrol Trooper Josh Lewis said a 911 caller reported an SUV traveling west contained an “explosive device”
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CDOT will continue to do even more to make sure that the dollars we spend deliver real results for the citizens and communities of this state.
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Mitigation “bank” near Greeley will offset wetland damage, meet Clean Water Act rules
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Colorado’s first-ever criminal charges following an avalanche could be slippery slope for backcountry travelers
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