Another rockslide has shutdown a busy interstate, this time out west.
I-70 in Colorado is closed between Glenwood Springs and Dotsero because of this mess:
About 20 Boulders, some as large as 66 tons fell onto the freeway, busting large holes in both lanes of the roadway. CDOT says it will take them a few days just to figure out a repair plan, and it won't reopen "anytime soon"
The detour options are to take US-40 through Steamboat Springs or go down to US-50, but anyone looking at a cross country trip will generally be better off taking I-80 through Wyoming or possibly I-40 through New Mexico.