During fall 2022 from October to November, is the migratory period, and drivers are encouraged to take extra caution as they travel through the corridor. Colorado is among the top states in the nation protecting wildlife migration corridors. The wildlife mitigation system installed along Highway 9 between Silverthorne and Kremmling, CO saw wildlife/vehicle collisions decrease by more than 90%. This shows promise that similar types of collisions will also decrease in the Castle Pines and Castle Rock area.
Update – August 2022: Per CDOT, crews have moved fencing operations to east side of I-25. Installation began just south of Castle Rock Parkway and moved north toward Ridgegate Parkway, which started at the end of summer and goes into fall. The project as a whole, including concrete panel rehabilitation on I-25 (MP 181.75 to 192.75), wildlife fencing and deer guard installation is expected to be complete at the end of October.