A Colorado Department of Transportation worker, killed while working on Highway 50 on Friday afternoon, is being remembered as a good worker and friend.
The overnight closures of U.S. Highway 36 between Church Ranch Road and Wadsworth Parkway have wrapped up — for now.
Law enforcement officers across the state are cracking down on drunk drivers, and the increased enforcement will continue for several days.
Dozens of drivers traveled back to the trouble spot at Interstate 70 where they had to leave their vehicles once I-70 closed.
Crew raced along the Front Range on Tuesday to patch damaging and dangerous potholes that materialized during recent freeze-and-thaw cycles.
A winter snowstorm that started on Thursday and continued on Friday led to treacherous driving conditions across Colorado.
Sunday’s fresh powder is a welcome sight for skiers and boarders, but it was making travel a little tricky along the Front Range and Interstate 70 corridor.
Both directions on 6th Avenue were closed this weekend at Federal Boulevard for the demolition of the old bridge.
There’s more snow on the way this week and that could throw a wrench into holiday travel plans.
The Colorado Department of Transportation has significantly increased spending and created new programs to battle Sunday afternoon traffic headaches on Interstate 70 during the winter.