Arrivo, a futuristic transportation company proposing levitating pods to move people and cargo faster, is not moving forward with plans to build a test facility in Denver. The rendering depicts how Arrivo's pods would travel in the Denver region on a dedicated track. (Rendering provided by Colorado Dept. of Transportation)

Much-hyped high-speed transit company Arrivo has hit the brakes in Colorado

Plans to build a test track at old e-470 toll station to pave way for 9-minute trips from downtown Denver to airport have ended

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Federal court revives long-fought lawsuit in Colorado challenging TABOR

In a 2-1 decision, the appeals court said the local governments do have a right to sue. The court didn't rule on the merits of the lawsuit.

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Equifax to pay up to $700 million in data breach settlement, including more than $3 million to Colorado

Colorado will receive $3.16 million in the settlement after the personal information of more than 2.5 million Coloradans was exposed in a breach