Transportation and road repairs were one of the many topics discussed during the nation’s “Governors Meeting” with President Obama.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is making lots of repairs and strengthening roads on Highway 36 in order to protect them from future flooding.
Colorado counties are closer to getting more flexibility to repair roads and bridges after a disaster.
Some homeowners in Boulder are being told to pay thousands for road repairs they never agreed to. If they don’t pay by Monday they’re going to have liens put on their homes.
The historic floods in Colorado damaged hundreds of miles of roads and damaged hundreds of bridges. In Weld County alone, 122 bridges were damaged.