Colorado drivers won’t need snow tires or chains to drive on Interstate 70 next winter.
A last-ditch effort to reach an agreement on mandatory snow tires begins Tuesday morning at the Colorado Capitol.
The entire stretch of the Interstate 70 west of Denver is back open following an eventful night of accidents.
Two tour buses were involved in a crash with a semi in the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 at E-470.
Snow plow crews will remain on alert along the Front Range as the snow continues to fall.
Several accidents caused Interstate 70 to be closed in both directions between Georgetown to Silverplume on Thursday morning.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is set to launch its interstate highway bus service this summer.
Colorado drivers won’t be required to get snow tires to drive on Interstate 70 next winter, after all.
Police in Aurora investigated a deadly rollover crash that left one vehicle engulfed in flames early Saturday morning. The crash kept a portion of Interstate 225 and Interstate 70 closed for several hours.
A Colorado proposal to expand snow-tire requirements during winter months has hit a skid in the state Senate.