The Castle Creek Bridge project resumed after Labor Day; commuters are facing another two months of detours after the project to improve the bridge and Hallam Street took a summer break.
According to Bryanna Starbuck, the Public Information Manager for the bridge project, there’s typically more traffic in the fall than in the spring months, when construction started.
Starbuck said crews are trying to keep traffic to a minimum.
"Whenever possible, we’ll be running two lanes of traffic across the bridge," she said.
Last week, Dan Blankenship, the CEO of the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority said he was aware of crowded buses, but that otherwise things were going smoothly.