It wasn’t a typical traffic jam in Boulder Monday evening as a group of protesters put the brakes on vehicles when they took to the streets and made a mess on U.S. 36.
Demonstrators laid down on the Boulder turnpike on Monday evening, effectively shutting down one of the major routes in and out of the city during rush hour.
If it’s not construction, then it’s jams, accidents and rush hour that continually slow down traffic on Highway 36 between Denver and Boulder.
Investigators are looking into what caused a fire that destroyed one home and damaged another in Adams County.
Highway 36 will be closed again Tuesday and Wednesday night at Sheridan Boulevard so girders can be installed.
There are three different construction projects going on this weekend that drivers in the Denver metro area should be aware of.
Colorado transportation officials say more partnerships with private companies could be on the horizon after the state signed a deal for a private company to help expand and maintain the main Denver-Boulder highway and collect tolls.
After sharp criticism, Colorado has announced the conclusion of a deal for a private company to help expand and maintain the main Denver-Boulder highway and collect tolls from some lanes.
The controversy over how CDOT has handled a deal to improve the Boulder Turnpike with a Public Private Partnership may endanger future P3s in Colorado.
After a heated public meeting in Westminster over a deal that would allow a private consortium to operate US 36, the venue for a meeting in Louisville Thursday evening has been changed to accommodate more people.