Boulder had to quickly ditch a new device that was supposed to make snowplow blades last longer.
The snow began tapering off Sunday evening but below zero temperatures overnight could mean an icy ride to work Monday morning.
Snowplow operators say they can’t be everywhere at once, but they are getting some high-tech help this winter in three states using a new digital intelligence system built in Boulder.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is using new technology to fight icy roads.
Officials with the Colorado Department of Transportation on Tuesday said they plan to spread solid de-icer on roads in Denver and across the metro area as cold temperatures and snow move in.
Friday’s snow did not bring as many problems as anticipated to flood-damaged roads in Boulder County, but officials admit they dodged a bullet.
Seeing Denver city plows on smaller residential streets is a rare sight after a snowstorm, but the recipe was right for that to happen on Monday.
Road crews with Denver Public Works were working non-stop to clear snow from the major roadways on Wednesday and overnight.
Snowplow businesses are keeping a close eye on this weekend’s approaching storm. The plows haven’t seen much action yet this year.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says he’s proud of the work road crews have accomplished in the first day of the winter storm that hit Colorado.