I-25 Gap: Northbound County Line Road ramps closing for six weeks

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MONUMENT, Colo. — The on- and off-ramps at northbound Interstate 25 and County Line Road north of Monument will be closed for about six weeks starting Sunday.

Both ramps will close at 8 p.m. Sunday and remain closed through mid-August.

The closures will be in place so crews can remove the aging ramps and place them into a new configuration.

Through traffic on Interstate 25 and County Line Road will not be affected.

Map courtesy Colorado Department of Transportation
Map courtesy Colorado Department of Transportation

For access to northbound I-25 from County Line Road, drivers are encouraged to head south on I-25 and use the Highway 105 interchange (exit 161) to go north.

Map courtesy Colorado Department of Transportation
Map courtesy Colorado Department of Transportation

To access County Line Road from northbound I-25, drivers are encouraged to head north on I-25, turn around at the Greenland Road interchange (exit 167) and head southbound on I-25 to County Line Road.

The bridge reconstruction is part of the I-25 Gap project, which is expected to be complete by November 2022.

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