State Highway 67 near Cripple Creek is now open to one-lane traffic after a sinkhole closed the route over the weekend. The Colorado Department of Transportation has installed a portable signal, alternating the lane between northbound and southbound traffic. The signal alternates direction every five minutes. Vehicles wider than 12 feet are still prohibited from traveling the route.

 

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