Drivers taking the Rockrimmon Boulevard exit from northbound Interstate 25 in Colorado Springs feel a bump in the road, but the state Department of Transportation is designing a plan to fix it.
CDOT received several complaints about the exit, said agency engineer Dave Watt, and it hopes to start work by this fall on the $10 million to $12 million project.
In addition to fixing the exit ramp, CDOT will replace bridge expansion joints and concrete panels and do asphalt filling and milling on the interchange between Rockrimmon Boulevard and Nevada Avenue, Watt said.
The bridges at the interchange are about a decade old, and ground settlement has caused issues for drivers.
"We've been following this for the last couple of years, and we want to address this problem," he said.