‘Kill The Streets’ Motorcycle Event Causes DelaysIf you were driving around the Denver metro area on Sunday chances are you saw hundreds of bikers on highways and surface streets.
CDOT Tests New Smart Signs On Highway 36, I-25Drivers may have noticed new signs along U.S. 36 as the Colorado Department of Transportation prepares to test the small black squares being called “smart signs.”
CDOT Begins Charging Tolls On North I-25 Express LanesThe Colorado Department of Transportation will start collecting tolls on the north Interstate 25 express lanes between U.S. 36 and 120th Avenue.
CDOT To Begin Closures At The Eisenhower TunnelClosures at the Eisenhower/Johnson Memorial Tunnels start this week so the CDOT can test its new fire suppression systems.
Construction Begins On I-25 Express Lanes From 120th To E-470The Colorado Department of Transportation broke ground on the latest expansion of north express lanes on Interstate 25.
Construction Project Causes Backups, But Payoff Will Be GreatA construction project in Golden is creating some backups for drivers, but the city says in the end, it will be a safer intersection for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists.
Major Crash On U.S. 36, Mudslide Closes Highway 285A major crash on U.S. 36 has closed the highway Monday evening.
Long-Term Lane Closures Go Into Effect On Federal, AlamedaFederal Boulevard is down to just one lane in either direction between 67th and 70th Avenues.
Portion Of Highway 34 To Be Closed For 9 Months For RepairsHighway 34 through the Big Thompson Canyon will be closed between Loveland and Estes Park for nine months starting in October.
Police Urge Motorcyclists To Have Training, Safety GearPolice in Denver are concerned about the number of collisions involving motorcycles and the injuries to their riders.
Wrong-Way Driver Crashes On I-25, Injures WorkerThree people were taken to the hospital early Monday morning after a wrong-way driver crashed on Interstate 25 near Johnstown.
CDOT Campaign Aims To Curb Cellphone Use While DrivingAs summer vacations kick off the Colorado Department of Transportation is warning everyone to put down cellphones while driving.