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Colorado Department of Transportation Ready For Winter Weather, But What Roads Do They Plow First?

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CDOT snowplow drivers are busy cleaning up a second round of snow along the Front Range this morning. Snow fell on Denver and Northern Colorado last night and into early this morning with colder temperatures allowing more of the snow to stay on the roads. For the Denver-Boulder area an additional 2 to 4 inches of snow is expected while the foothills and Monument Hill areas could both receive an additional 3 to 7 inches.

Governor Hickenlooper and the National Weather Service have designated this week “Winter Weather Awareness Week” in Colorado. Maintenance crews from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) in Larimer and Weld counties are prepared for the impending winter season with 47 maintenance employees dedicated to plowing and de-icing state highways.

Roads That Get Plowed 1st in Weld County

In Weld County CDOT always treats and plows primary roads first:

  • U.S. Highway 34
  • I-76
  • U.S. Highway 85

 

Secondary routes include State Highways:

14, 39, 52, 60, 66, 79, 144, 257 and 263.

Roads That Get Plowed 1st in Larimer County

In Larimer County CDOT plows primary roads first such as:

  • I-25
  • U.S. Highway 287
  • State Highway 14

 

Secondary routes include U.S. Highway 34 and State Highways 1, 56, 60, 392 and 402.

To help crews combat snow and ice along approximately 1,914 lane miles of highway, a variety of equipment and products will be used throughout the winter, including a new tow plow.

[Colorado Department of Transportation]

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