Emergency concrete repairs on South Boulder Road west of Cherryvale – No left-turns onto Cherryvale from South Boulder Road
A recent inspection showed significant concrete failures on South Boulder Road west of Cherryvale Road. Emergency repair work will start at 8 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 17, which will require prohibiting left-hand turns from South Boulder Road onto Cherryvale Road in both directions 24-hours a day, until the work is complete in early September. Right-hand turns will be allowed onto Cherryvale Road. South Boulder Road will remain open in both directions, but the road will be reduced to a single lane in both directions for all users. Detours for Cherryvale Road will be established:
- Travelers seeking to access northbound Cherryvale Road from eastbound South Boulder Road will need to take northbound Foothills Parkway to Baseline Road, then take Baseline east to Cherryvale Road
- Travelers seeking to access southbound Cherryvale Road from westbound South Boulder Road will need to head north on 76th Street from South Boulder Road to Baseline Road, then follow Baseline west to Cherryvale Road.
- Detour Map
Project Starts April 13, 2020
- Work Zone = Cherryvale Road to McCaslin Boulevard
- Expect Delays – Lane closures and traffic shifts
- 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Lane closures will remain in place 24/7
- Cyclists will need to merge with vehicular travel – Use caution
- Project will run through July 2020
- Andrew Barth – Boulder County Public Works Communications – 303-441-1032 or email
Scope of Work
Boulder County Transportation will replace a large portion of South Boulder Road between Cherryvale Road and McCaslin Boulevard starting in April 2020. Improvements include:
- Replace damaged concrete roadway panels as needed
- Improve the pedestrian crossing, stormwater drainage system, and transit stop access at the 76th Street intersection.
- Replace, improve, or remove the medians between the east and westbound lanes
Project plans will be posted here as soon as they’re available.
No meetings are currently scheduled.
- An open house was held on Feb. 13, 2018 for the public to review plans and provide feedback
This project will be paid for using Road and Bridge Capital Improvement funds.