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Independence Pass Closed For The SeasonCDOT crews have locked the gates on the Twin Lakes and Aspen sides of Independence Pass for the winter season.
Without Rail Option, Bus Rapid Transit Considered For Highway 119 CommutersWith the growing population in Colorado, RTD is looking at ways to further connect cities and ease the traffic on roadways.
Children Fighting Life-Threatening Conditions Receive 'Bags of Fun'A car dealership in Highlands Ranch is stepping up to help fund a good cause that helps others in the community.
Coalition Comes Together In Effort To Fix I-70 Traffic IssuesColorado's ski season takes off this weekend with a flurry of resorts opening, and that means traffic will pick up along Interstate 70.
Police: Stolen Vehicles Becoming All Too CommonAfter a rash of smash-and-grab burglaries around the Denver Metro area, police are asking car owners to be smarter to keep thieves at bay.
Local Veterans Honored With New CarsTwo military veterans and their families were honored for their service on Thursday in Denver.
LED Traffic Lights: Unintended Consequences Of Energy SavingsJanet Lane strains to bend and unload dishes from her dishwasher following a traffic accident in March that she blames on a traffic light near her home.
Hurricane Harvey Cars Making Their Way Into ColoradoHurricane Harvey did not hit Colorado in August, but it is now. Not with rain, but with flooded cars.
Grand Avenue Bridge Opens To Traffic Ahead Of ScheduleAfter months of frustration, the new Grand Avenue Bridge in Glenwood Springs is opening to traffic.
CSP: ‘Scarlet Letter’ For DUI Drivers?A survey put out Friday on Colorado State Patrol’s public affairs page asks, “Would you, personally, support a ‘scarlet letter’ indicator on the license plate of a convicted drunk driver?”
New Signs Remind Drivers To Share The Road With CyclistsOn an average day the stretch of Highway 36 from Boulder to Lyons sees 16,000 cars and as many as 600 cyclists all sharing the roads.
CDOT Preparing For Winter With New EquipmentThe Colorado Department of Transportation showed off the tools professional drivers will use this winter.

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