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Lane closures at intersection of Woodmen Rd and Lexington Rd

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COLORADO SPRINGS - The city of Colorado Springs reports lane closures at the intersection of Woodmen Road and Lexington Road on Saturday for paving operations. The city says the paving will go from Saturday through October 7, weather dependent. 

Crews will be performing storm drain work on Woodmen Road that will require multiple traffic shifts on Woodmen Road from east of Academy Boulevard to the intersection of Lexington Drive. 

Eastbound and westbound traffic will be periodically shifted to the north and south sides of the road. Motorists are advised to stay alert while driving through the construction area. 

The city says the work will happen Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

According to the city of Colorado Springs, these are the ongoing traffic impacts:

  • Additional ongoing lane closures are in place 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week as indicated below.
  • The speed limit through the work zones is 40 mph.
  • The Colorado Springs Police Department will be enforcing work zone speed limits.
  • The two left-turn lanes from northbound Union Boulevard onto Woodmen Road are reduced to a single left-turn lane.
  • A single lane of North Union Blvd. from Shrider Road to Woodland Hills Drive is closed in both directions.
  • Dedicated right-turn lanes are closed at the intersection of Woodmen Road and Union Boulevard: eastbound and westbound from Woodmen to Union, and northbound from Union to Woodmen. Right turns are still allowed from the outside through-lanes at these locations.
  • Traffic on Woodmen Road from Lexington Drive to Taos Drive has been shifted to the north side of the road and reduced to two lanes in both directions, with an additional turn lane for left turns from Woodmen Road onto Lexington Drive.

For more information contact the project hotline at 719-900-5960, or the project website atwww.woodmenroad.com , or by email: woodmenrd@PublicInfoTeam.com.

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