DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) – The Spruce Mountain Road Interchange (exit 173) will be closed Wednesday for two weeks as the Interstate-25 South Gap project shuts down. The Colorado Department of Transportation warned drivers of possible delays.
Doors closed overnight – Wednesday and Thursday, 7pm to 5am, Friday 8pm to 5am
Single lanes along I-25 northbound and southbound, between Plum Creek Parkway and Monument, for railing and pothole repair, railing removal, decentralization, traffic shifting, operations medians, pavements, paving operations, yarn inspections, emergency towing signs and work barriers.
Spruce Mountain Crossing Closed for Two Weeks – Wednesday around 10 p.m Immediately following the reopening of the Upper Lake Gulch Road ramp to northbound I-25 and lasting for two weeks, teams will close the Spruce Mountain Interchange (exit 173) for final paving and strip operations together. This work is weather dependent and subject to change.
- For a southbound I-25 entrance to Larkspur, motorists should continue south on I-25 and use the southbound I-25 detour to Upper Lake Gulch Road (exit 172 ).
- For northbound access to I-25, motorists should use the ramp on the newly reopened Upper Lake Gulch Road to I-25 northbound (exit 172).
Visitors are encouraged to “know before you go.” CDOT resources include:
https://kdvr.com/news/local/spruce-mountain-road-interchange-closure-begins-wednesday/ Spruce Mountain Road Intersection Closure Starting Wednesday