It’s a soggy and chilly night across Colorado as a Pacific storm system crosses the state.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is metering the ramps onto Interstate 70 at Silverthorne and Frisco this weekend.
Road conditions in the high country on Sunday messed up the travel plans for thousands of skiers and snowboarders.
In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.
Commuters will be happy to know that crews are almost finished with repairs on Sheridan Boulevard near 4th.
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.
A new study reveals traffic jams don’t only waste time, they cost big money.
If you have driven C-470 through the southern part of the Denver metro area there’s a good chance you’ve come to a complete stop on it.
Work on the West Rail Line will close down a portion of Light Rail service in Denver this weekend while RTD does critical safety tests.
The project to add an extra lane east bound I-70 through the Twin Tunnels is now expected to cost $100 million. Originally the project was estimated to cost $60 million dollars.