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Posted 7/24/19

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Closed for the month?

U.S. 36 continues to slide, with the concrete tiles along the side falling away. The west side of the road, with it’s southeast-bound lanes between Denver and Boulder, will remain closed for several weeks while state Department of Transportation officials try to solve the slide and repair the damage.
U.S. 36 continues to slide, with the concrete tiles along the side falling away. The west side of the road, with it’s southeast-bound lanes between Denver and Boulder, will remain closed for several weeks while state Department of Transportation officials try to solve the slide and repair the damage.
Scott Taylor
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