|Ramp meter in Thornton. Image credit: Google Maps|
Traffic along I-25 is a constant conversation in Northern Colorado. CDOT is hoping to help ease traffic during rush hours by building traffic signals at the Harmony Road and SH392 exits. Construction begins Monday, March 13. These traffic signals would control the flow of cars entering the highway. The total cost for the ramps is expected to be around $440,000. Construction is expected to be completed in mid-May. According to data from ramp meters in Denver, the average speed in nearby sections of I-25 increased 8.6 miles per hour.
For more information, read the article on the Coloradoan.