Colorado Department Of Transporation
As funding for highway construction and upkeep dwindles, Colorado has increasingly turned toward a once-unthinkable way to fund road expansion: tolls.
Sliding down a mountain is winter’s greatest pastime — but driving Interstate 70 to get there is the season’s worst nightmare.
Starting Saturday Jan. 17, CDOT will begin live traffic broadcast between Denver and Vail.
Colorado commuters can soon ride the Bustang, a state-owned and operated bus system that will connect farther-flung cities.
A major road project is moving forward. The Colorado Department of Transportation will close all lanes of Interstate 25 between Santa Fe Drive and 6th Avenue.
Drivers are being urged to use the alternate routes to avoid the Interstate 25 closures this weekend.
Multiple construction projects along the interstate will result in closures starting Friday, and CDOT is advising motorists to find alternative routes.
Starting as early as Monday there will be some lane closures on Interstate 70 for work on the westbound Twin Tunnels project.
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.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is making lots of repairs and strengthening roads on Highway 36 in order to protect them from future flooding.