CDOT Q&A To Address Concerns About I-25 Straightening Project


CDOT officials will talk to residents and business owners affected by proposed changes to access on and off I-25.

A proposed plan would straighten I-25 as it runs through Pueblo. It would removed several businesses that are currently adjacent to the interstate.

Members of the Downtown Association will meet with CDOT representatives Thursday at 11:45 a.m. at Nacho's Restaurant (Santa Fe Ave and 4th Street).

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  • by Wondering Location: CO on Feb 22, 2012 at 09:11 PM
    How many CDOT projects have been completed in Denver and Colorado Springs in the same time Pueblo has been given nothing but lip-service as usual. Goes to show who has the better political representation.
  • by Braking News on Feb 22, 2012 at 07:00 PM
    Get all of them in a bus and bring them up here on I-25 and run through 141-142 each way a couple times so they can all see how NOT to do it. I see the radar guys are around there again,,,,, another band-aid fix for the worst piece of I-25 between Wyoming and New Mexico.
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