Access to express lanes in the Denver metro area are changing this summer and it could save drivers a lot of money.
Crews worked throughout the day on Monday to decrease the danger of falling rocks on I-70 in the high country.
Westbound US 6 will close Tuesday night as Colorado Department of Transportation crews work on replacing the Garrison Street bridge.
Several recent crashes in the Denver metro area have raised concerns about the barriers used to separate opposite directions of traffic and how it protects those on the road. One crash survivor recounts what happened to him.
The Colorado State Patrol and the Colorado Department of Transportation got on the same page to throw the book at a litterbug.
All lanes of Interstate 70 were reopened after being closed Thursday for emergency rockfall mitigation.
Drivers wanting to get to the high country on Thursday should plan on taking a route other than Interstate 70.
The Colorado Department of Transportation will perform emergency rockfall mitigation on Thursday in the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 just west of Floyd Hill.
Travelers driving Highway 36 between Interstate 25 and the Interlocken area in Broomfield could pay between $2 and $7 to ride the toll lanes.
Colorado drivers won’t need snow tires or chains to drive on Interstate 70 next winter.