Dangerous avalanche conditions are forming in Colorado’s High Country. The avalanche danger in many parts of the mountains is rated as “considerable.”
Throughout the winter Highway 40 over Berthoud Pass is closed intermittently for avalanche control. This year, there’s a plan to change that.
A driver’s accelerator gets stuck as he’s traveling down from the mountains along Interstate 70. He calls 911 for help as his vehicle reaches speeds of more than 100 mph and races out of control.
A driver walked away from a crash that was caused when his car took off on its own Saturday afternoon.
CDOT desires to look toward new ways, and some outside the box thinking, to keep cars moving when traffic is worse.
The latest proposal to ease ski weekend gridlock in Colorado is to allow cars on the shoulders through a short stretch of Interstate 70.
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The Colorado Department of Transportation and the Colorado State Patrol are trying a new strategy to keep the traffic moving.
A planned closure of Interstate 70 in Colorado’s high country Tuesday is yielding good results so far, according to transportation officials.
Colorado’s main east-west highway will be shut down Tuesday while crews blast through a cluster of boulders perched 300 feet above Interstate 70 at Georgetown Hill.