Chain Requirements for Commercial Vehicles:
(none at this time)
Breckenridge Traffic Enforcement Zones
February 24th - Upper Blue 7:30 am-8:00am
Disclaimer: Please be aware that officers may enforce traffic laws at non-announced locations and times while they are involved in random patrol. The intent of the Department’s social media announcements is to serve as a general guideline for planned traffic enforcement
CDOT Road Cameras
Choose a location to see the available camera feeds for that area.
Current Road Updates
EXPECT HEAVIER THAN USUAL TRAFFIC ON I-70
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is advising drivers to anticipate heavier than usual traffic on the Interstate 70 corridor during the first half of February, for the Alpine World Ski Championships (AWSC) in Beaver Creek. More than 125,000 people are expected to attend the two-week event, taking place from Monday, Feb. 2, to Sunday, Feb. 15. To assist motorists, current information regarding road and weather conditions and traffic delays will be on CDOT’s website www.cotrip.org. The site also provides users with access to all of the traffic cameras and electronic message signs along the corridor.
Real-time information related to highway impacts is available by signing up for CDOT’s email and text alerts. It can be accessed at www.codot.gov and then clicking on the envelope at the bottom right of the front page, labeled as Email List Signup and selecting I-70 West Denver to Glenwood Springs. In addition to the cotrip.org website, information also will be available by calling 511. Following CDOT on Twitter (@coloradodot) and Facebook also provides current updates.
Seasonal Road Closures
Hwy 82 Independence Pass is now closed for the season.
Cottonwood Pass in Gunnison County is closed for the season.
Kebler Pass in SW Colorado is closed for the season.
Clear Creek County Rd 381/Park County Rd 62 Guanella Pass is now closed for the season between the Guanella Pass summit - Naylor Lake.
Trailridge Road through Rocky Mountain National Park is closed for the season.
CO 5 Mt. Evans Road is closed until spring.