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The area which runs from Denver Union Station to Denver International Airport suffered from benign neglect for years that produced cracked sidewalks and haphazard road systems, which alienated neighborhoods, say residents and officials. But a new
Transportation impacts everyone including people who don't drive because everyone relies on products such as groceries that are delivered via the highways, he said. Serving as a commissioner is more along the lines of public service than a job. Zink
Highway 550 north of Silverton will be closed from 6:30 a.m. to at least 1 p.m. today. Coal Bank and Molas passes to the south will see sporadic closures as needed to clear avalanche danger...If it doesn't say a highway is closed, it's open, said
Colorado highways was tame compared with the years of complex challenges facing road crews charged with making permanent fixes to damage caused by September's historic floods. The magnitude of the task is still being assessed while highway managers
From a vantage point a half-mile away on the west side of the Animas River, the explosion announced itself with a burst of dust and smoke followed a second later by a muffled boom...It took a week of preparation by a crew from Yenter Cos. of Arvada
Durango Herald Some residents may feel like they're in a real-life version of the classic video game Frogger when they go through the intersection at Sawyer Drive and Camino del Rio in Bodo Industrial Park. Frontage road traffic and cars turning in
A proposed high-speed rail system from Fort Collins to DIA and then south to Colorado Springs would cost about $9.8 billion and carry roughly 13 million passengers a year, according to planners Tuesday night. That scenario is the most favored among
MDT Updated: 10/30/2013 02:41:43 PM MDT Transportation officials are warning eastbound drivers that they will soon have major problems dealing with early morning sun glare on Floyd Hill east of Idaho Springs.
MDT A five-year, $1.5 billion state highway reconstruction program includes projects grand and small, ranging from the widening and tolling of Interstate 25 north of Denver to the first-ever wildlife overpass near Kremmling.
Steamboat Springs When Kathy Connell and Colorado's Transportation Legislation Review Committee hit the road last month, traveling from Kremmling to a conference in Steamboat Springs, Connell told the lawmakers to remember all the dangers on