A third lane was opened on I-80 eastbound near Colfax recently.  This lane is specifically designed as a climbing lane for big rigs and other large vehicles and will improve traffic flow for all motorists.
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Our own Cedric Sweeting was there for the ribbon cutting.  He’s in the above video at the 1:45 minute mark.  Right on Cedric!

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