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Longmont Cone Zones: Feb. 15, 2019

February 15, 2019
Longmont Times-Call

Longmont

South Pratt Parkway: South Pratt Parkway remains reduced to one lane in each direction between Boston and Delaware avenues during bridge replacement work.

Boulder

Arapahoe Avenue: Continuing work on landscaping, curbs and an underpass beneath Arapahoe Avenue will result in intermittent daytime closings and detours on Arapahoe between 17th Street and Broadway through this spring.

Boulder County

Fourmile Canyon Drive: Motorists can expect single-lane closings from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays as construction crews work on a flood-recovery and drainage project on a segment of Fourmile Canyon Drive from about a mile north of Colo. 119 to Poorman Road. Recreational cycling will not be permitted on Fourmile during weekdays, although residents of the area who have county-issued passes can cycle for commuting and errands. Motorists can expect delays of up to 15 minutes at Fourmile Canyon Drive’s intersection with Logan Mill Road, where a new bridge is being built, and in Lower Fourmile Canyon from a point just north of Colo. 119/Boulder Canyon Drive to Salina Junction.

North Boulder County Line Road/Larimer County Road 2: Motorists can expect daytime weekday closings at the Little Thompson River while culverts are replaced at the river crossing toward the western end of the road near North 83rd Street and Boulder County Road 23E.

Lafayette

South Boulder Road: Utility work to bury overhead electrical lines along South Boulder Road and 120th Street is anticipated to run through April. The construction area includes South Boulder Road east of Saratoga Drive to 120th Street, and 120th Street north and south of the South Boulder Road intersection. Construction will be weather-dependent and will occur from 7 a.m. to dusk weekdays. Work will include traffic lane width reductions, as well as periodic lane closures. Drivers should expect delays and are asked to drive with caution in the area.

Superior

Coal Creek Trail: Coal Creek Trail is closed between McCaslin Boulevard and the U.S. 36 Bikeway while improvements are made to the Coal Creek corridor. A signed detour is available to guide bicyclists and pedestrians through downtown Superior