Standards of construction
(1)After December 31, 1953, any roads which are constructed so as to become a part of the state highway system, as defined in this part 1, or any road not on said date a part of the state highway system which may be added thereto shall be constructed or improved in accordance with standards for highway construction as adopted and approved by the commission.
(2)Any roads, streets, or highways constructed after July 1, 1975, by the state or any of its political subdivisions shall provide adequate and reasonable access for the safe and convenient movement of persons with disabilities, including those in wheelchairs, across all newly constructed or replaced curbs at all pedestrian crosswalks; except that this subsection (2) shall not be applicable to any contracts executed or let for bid on or before July 1, 1975.
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(a)Except when otherwise necessary or required to meet reasonable safety standards, the department of transportation shall execute the following whenever constructing, repaving, or repairing any section of a two-lane state highway if farming or other oversize loads actively utilize that section of the highway:
(I)Stagger the posts not less than every one-tenth of a mile where it is practical to do so; and
(II)Consider implementing flexible delineator posts and other engineering solutions to accommodate the needs of all vehicles.
(b)Nothing in this subsection (3) shall be construed to require delineator posts to be placed where they are not deemed necessary by the department of transportation.
(c)As used in this subsection (3), “two-lane state highway” means a state highway with two lanes, each going in the opposite direction of one another.
Section 43-2-107 — Standards of construction - definition,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-43.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).