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CDOT’s Assessment Of Safety Concerns On US Highway 287

The Colorado Department of Transportation presented its findings on a safety assessment report on U.S. Highway 287 to the Livermore community  recently.  According to the Coloradoan,   the analysis focused on the 30-mile stretch between Ted’s Place (milepost 355) and the Wyoming border (milepost 385) and spanned 2017 through 2021. During that time, 309 crashes were reported. Of those, 78 resulted in injury and eight were fatal.  The analysis found the single most common crash type involved wildlife (33%) and most crashes did not involve an intersection (89%).

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