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CDOT chief engineer talks about what's ahead for commuters after US 36 landslide

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Posted at 5:59 PM, Jul 21, 2019

DENVER -- The landslide that's wiped out a portion of US 36 near Wadsworth won't be fixed before long. That means commuters in that area may be using temporary lanes around the problem for months.

On this weekend's Politics Unplugged, Anne Trujillo talks to CDOT's chief engineer, Josh Laipply, about what went wrong and what needs to happen in the future.

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