The Colorado Department of Transportation is one step closer to being finished with construction on U.S. 36.
As Boulder drivers prepare to possibly pay double what I-25 drivers pay for express toll lanes, it’s time for someone in Boulder to get angry over how transportation policy is being handled.
In addition to the snowy and slick conditions on the roadways in the Denver metro area Thursday morning, the HOV lanes along Interstate 25 didn’t open.
A driver who caused a head-on crash when she was going the wrong way on Interstate 25’s HOV lane is considering taking legal action against those responsible for the signage that she says misled her.
Two people were seriously injured in a possible wrong-way crash in the HOV Lanes on Interstate 25. Troopers are investigating whether the alleged driver at fault may have been under the influence of drugs.
The 50-year long contract to expand U.S. 36 is one step closer to being finalized despite an outcry of public opposition.
CDOT is entering a 50 year contract with a private party, giving them control over the express lanes that will be built along Highway 36.
The Colorado Department of Transportation might tighten the rules for who can use the express lanes on Interstate 25 without paying a toll.
Commuters who used the I-25 HOV/Tolled Express Lanes from 7:30 to 10:30 Wednesday morning will not be charged tolls.
Commuters along I-25 may have noticed more congestion and RTD buses Wednesday morning. The gates for the HOV lanes were frozen in the wrong position because of the cold.