U.S. Highway 550 realignment construction planned for late 2019

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U.S. Highway 550 realignment construction planned for late 2019

$98.6 million project would finally connect to the Grandview Interchange
The Colorado Department of Transportation plans to break ground next year on a $98.6 million realignment of U.S. Highway 550 to connect with the Grandview Interchange, which was completed in 2011 and is known locally as the Bridge to Nowhere.
A 1½-mile realignment of U.S. Highway 550 would include four lanes, two bridges and require the removal of about 1.5 million cubic yards of dirt before connecting with the Grandview Interchange.

U.S. Highway 550 realignment construction planned for late 2019

The Colorado Department of Transportation plans to break ground next year on a $98.6 million realignment of U.S. Highway 550 to connect with the Grandview Interchange, which was completed in 2011 and is known locally as the Bridge to Nowhere.
A 1½-mile realignment of U.S. Highway 550 would include four lanes, two bridges and require the removal of about 1.5 million cubic yards of dirt before connecting with the Grandview Interchange.
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