Colorado may have missed a deadline to plan for reducing greenhouse gasses. Now the state faces a lawsuit.By Mark Jaffe Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado offers $4.1 million to cities that use pavement for people, not cars, as part of coronavirus recovery
The new “Can Do Colorado” initiative offers grants for communities that expand dining, shopping and pedestrian access into common areas, including streets and parking lots
The market for bond-like debt has shrugged off the pandemic crisis, allowing the Colorado transportation agency to avoid draconian budget cuts
Coronavirus created the shortest commercial jet flight in the country — Eagle to Aspen. But it won’t last.
The Department of Transportation is expected to OK the end of the “mountain hopper” that circles from Dallas to Eagle, Aspen and Montrose and back to Texas to meet federal rules in a $58 billion coronavirus stimulus package for airlines
Deaths from accidents are the biggest source of organs for transplant, accounting for 33% of donations, according to the United Network for Organ Sharing
Fly from Aspen to Montrose for $30? Airlines are being allowed to cut small-airport service during coronavirus
With air travel contracting to 5% of pre-coronavirus levels, airlines now are allowed to cut some airports. Analysts project Colorado vacation towns aren’t on the chopping block.
Colorado's mountain tourist destinations are siding with airlines on temporary cutbacks, but they're fearful long-term loss of service. The airlines are making the ask despite pocketing federal coronavirus relief funds.
The highway usually opens the Thursday before Memorial Day weekend, which would have been May 21 this year
United tried to cut flights to Gunnison using some questionable geographic reasoning. The feds said no.
United Airlines, staggering after coronavirus shutdowns required 80% reduction in flights, asked to end flights to Gunnison, but federal regulators said no. Flights will continue, even though they're only 10% full.
For the first time, the state has outlined plans for the electrification of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. But the coronavirus brings caveats.