Will Vail get an I-70 underpass?

15th December, 2014 by

By scott miller

VAIL — The law of supply and demand has hit the road construction business in Colorado, possibly jeopardizing a long-needed link between Vail’s north and south frontage roads. Town officials in 2013 celebrated when the Colorado Department of Transportation announced it would fund 70 percent of the cost of an underpass underneath Interstate 70. The town would fund the remainder of the project’s cost. Town officials have long wanted that frontage road link, saying it would take traffic pressure off the main and west Vail interstate interchanges. That, in turn, would help bus service, police and fire responses, and even …

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