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The City and County of Denver, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), utility companies, and private development  are implementing major construction activities expected to last through 2023. The need for effective communication with residents, businesses, and visitors about these projects and their impact on local and regional mobility is essential. 

The NAVIGATE - North Denver Program is a city effort to help pedestrians, drivers, and commercial vehicles travel along the Central 70 corridor, and throughout the communities of Globeville, Elyria, Swansea, Five Points, and Cole. This webpage is the initial phase for the program.


    - Eastbound I-70 near Washington Street is scheduled to be closed nightly for bridge repairs May 21 - 23, 8 p.m.-5 a.m. Read here all the details.
    - Starting May 28: entire intersection of Martin Luther King Blvd. and Downing Street will be closed for 12 weeks. Downing will be closed completely (northbound and southbound) from East 31st to East 33rd avenues.

    - Two lanes of Park Avenue West (oubound) are closed for bridge work for about two weeks. Check here for more updates.
    - 40th Avenue between Madison Street and Monroe Street is closed through June 7 for bridge demolition and utility work. Read here all the details.
    - Martin Luther King Boulevard - between Williams and Downing streets - for installation of box culvert. MLK will be open to local traffic only from Williams to Franklin streets. Read here the updates.

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Local Businesses

Support our local businesses! Businesses in the NDCC area are open and access to them is available at all times. Watch for signage as some access points may move temporarily.

Contact Us

We want to hear from you!

Let us know how we are doing as we help you travel around the NDCC area. Is there any other information we should include?

Here are a couple of ways to contact us:

Project Manager

Jessica Burch


Central 70 Construction (West Area) - Travel Updates

Week of May 19, 2019

Brighton Boulevard has been reduced to one lane in each direction for the remainder of the year.  Utility installations for Xcel will begin on Josephine Street starting Monday, May 20 through Friday, May 24. Expect lane restrictions in this area.

Night time general construction will occur at:

  • Brighton Boulevard and I-70 interchange
  • 46th Avenue and Union Pacific Railroad crossing
  • 46th Avenue between York Street and Colorado Boulevard
  • Colorado Boulevard between 44th and 48th Avenues
  • I-70 between Colorado Boulevard and Quebec Street
  • Stapleton Drive (north and south) between Colorado Boulevard and Quebec Street
  • I-70 between Quebec Street and I-225 Interchange
    - Peoria Street
    - I-270 flyover

Construction activities are weather and site-condition dependent and schedules are subject to change. For a complete list of Central 70 Project construction and traffic impacts, visit

INTERSTATE 70 (Brighton Boulevard to Colorado Boulevard)

May 19 - 25 | 7 p.m.-5:30 a.m. 
Eastbound and westbound I-70: Lane restrictions between I-25 and Colorado Boulevard


May 19 | 7 a.m.-5 p.m. 

  • Vasquez Boulevard: Northbound lane restrictions between 45th and 46th avenues
  • Vasquez Boulevard: Southbound lane restrictions between 48th and 45th avenues

May 19 | 6 p.m.-7 a.m.

  • Vasquez Boulevard: Southbound lane restrictions between 45th and 46th avenues
  • Vasquez Boulevard: North and southbound lane restrictions between 48th Avenue and Steele Street

May 20 | 7 a.m.-5 p.m.
Clayton and Fillmore streets: lane restrictions at 46th Avenue

May 20 - 24 
Josephine Street: Left lane restriction between 46th and 47th avenues

May 20 - 24 | 7 a.m.-5 p.m. & 8 p.m.-5 a.m.
York, Josephine and Columbine streets: Lane restrictions north of 46th Avenue; watch for flaggers

May 20 - 24 | 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. & 8 p.m.- 5 a.m.
46th Avenue – Lane restrictions between York and Steele streets; watch for flaggers