Road construction finished in time for St. Nick

Genine Smith of Grand Junction rips off the last piece of caution tape Friday as the Colorado Department of Transportation declares the final phase of the U.S. Highway 6&50 reconstruction project complete. The redesign added 9-inch-thick concrete lanes and improved safety features east of 25 Road at a cost of $6 million. Smith works for CC Enterprises, the company that handled traffic control for the project.



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Genine Smith of Grand Junction rips off the last piece of caution tape Friday as the Colorado Department of Transportation declares the final phase of the U.S. Highway 6&50 reconstruction project complete. The redesign added 9-inch-thick concrete lanes and improved safety features east of 25 Road at a cost of $6 million. Smith works for CC Enterprises, the company that handled traffic control for the project.

Construction that drove some motorists and business owners crazy along U.S. Highway 6&50 wrapped up Friday. The third phase of construction on the traffic-heavy route started in April and…




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