A snowy March so far has kept the state’s fleet of snowplow drivers busy. And after an accident early on Monday in which a car crashed into a snowplow, plow drivers are reminding drivers to be extra careful when they are near.
Speed limit signs of “14 MPH” will not go up in Aspen after all.
The city council in Aspen hopes to get drivers’ attention with an unusual speed limit sign.
The Federal Highway Administration has ordered a review of the signage at a construction site in northeast Denver after a motorist got a speeding ticket and complained the construction zone signs were improperly posted.
Drivers using the E-470 tollway on the east side of the Denver metro area will be free to drive a bit faster this weekend.
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