I-25 South Gap project on-time, and on-budget, entering last year


Last updated 10/6/2021 at 10:25am

As the I-25 South Gap project between El Paso and Douglas counties enters its fourth year of construction, more than 3,251 people have invested 1.3 million hours to construct safety and travel reliability improvements along I-25 between Castle Rock and Monument. This Colorado Department of Transportation project – in partnership with Kraemer North America – remains on time and within budget as it enters the final year of construction.

The 18-mile I-25 South Gap project will deliver a new Express Lane in each direction, wider shoulders, five new bridges, four new wildlife crossings, 28 m...

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