By Danielle Chavira

DENVER (CBS4) – A massive state transportation package is getting closer to landing on Gov. Jared Polis’ desk. The bill invests more than $5 billion over the next 11 years into Colorado’s infrastructure.

File photo of traffic in Colorado’s high country. (credit: CBS)

The Colorado House of Representatives passed the measure on Wednesday morning. It heads back to the Senate with revisions before it can head to Polis.

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Goals of the legislation include reducing road congestion and improving air quality. It would mean more money toward roads and bridges while providing funding for more electric vehicle charging stations.

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The measure calls for fees to be placed on a variety of deliveries, from online retailers to pizza. Fees will also be added to gas.

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Bill sponsors say the 11-year plan will use $3.8 billion from new user revenue and $1.5 billion in state general fund revenue and stimulus funding.

Danielle Chavira