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.
There is no shortage of snow for skiers in the metro area. At Echo Mountain near Idaho Springs they got clobbered with 4 1/2 feet.
The “rolling speed harmonization” effort involves Colorado State Patrol pace cars will happen on Sunday in the eastbound lanes of I-70 between Silverthorne and the bottom of Floyd Hill.
The Colorado Department of Transportation has the money needed to fix one of the worst traffic tie-ups along Interstate 70.
A project to improve the Interstate-70 interchange at Silverthorne has been put on hold while state contractors concentrate on widening the Twin Tunnels near Idaho Springs.
This year’s record snowpack is starting to melt and that means the water levels are high on Colorado’s creeks and rivers. The rushing water is both good and bad for the rafting business.
The melting snow is great news for rafting companies and the industry is expecting a strong season this year.
Colorado officials expect the Federal Highway Administration to decide next month whether to approve a plan to ease congestion on Interstate 70 between Denver and Glenwood Springs.
After record or near record snowfall in many areas of Colorado, snow is once again hitting the high country.
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