The Colorado Department of Transportation knows it needs to do more to plan for future maintenance and highway improvements.
This winter has been a confusion of extreme cold and warmth, affecting the roads of the Denver metro area to the point that some need emergency repairs.
Dozens of drivers traveled back to the trouble spot at Interstate 70 where they had to leave their vehicles once I-70 closed.
Heavy snow that moved in on Wednesday afternoon caused a lot of problems on the roads throughout the Denver metro area and dozens of flight cancellations at Denver International Airport.
A snowplow from the Colorado Department of Transportation was hit while clearing roads along I-70 near Havana Street.
Road crews with the Colorado Department of Transportation are getting ready for this weekend’s heavy snowfall and winter storm.
The westbound lanes of Interstate 70 are closed from Georgetown to Silverthorne because of multiple accidents.
A domestic violence suspect was shot and killed after a pursuit along Interstate 70 on Tuesday after deputies said he held a gun to his head and refused to follow orders.
America’s highway infrastructure is not only in need of major improvements, but also complete reorganization as metro regions grow. And projections for the 11 worst commutes of the future include Denver’s I-70 mountain traffic.
Sliding down a mountain is winter’s greatest pastime — but driving Interstate 70 to get there is the season’s worst nightmare.