The Colorado Department of Transportation is trying to connect communities any way possible and then work on long term solutions.
After days of cleanup and repairs, transportation officials have reopened several state highways in the aftermath of powerful floods that ripped bridges and roads in northern Colorado, severely restricting travel in populated areas.
A meeting was held in Larimer County for the flood victims Friday night and the community found there are no simple answers to their questions.
Colorado transportation officials say they hope to ease traffic congestion in areas devastated by last week’s floods with the reopening of some roads that have been closed since the disaster hit.
Officials with the Department of Transportation on Sunday announced that they have opened an emergency road route out of Estes Park for emergency purposes, local residents or for tourists who need to leave.
The driver accused of causing a deadly wrong-way crash over the weekend has been formally charged.
The driver accused of causing a deadly wrong-way crash over the weekend is now facing charges of vehicular homicide and could be charged with drunk driving as well.
A driver was killed Sunday morning after a single-vehicle crash.
Denver police are investigating a deadly wrong-way crash early Saturday morning on Interstate 25.
The free ride is over for people who refuse to pay tolls on Interstate-25 and E-470 east of Denver.