Colorado law says electric scooters are toys, but that’s likely to change
A city where all the traffic lights are green? The tech is live in Lakewood and coming soon to other Colorado citiesBy Tamara Chuang Transportation Primary category in which blog post is published
Hazmat tankers want off “sketchy” Loveland Pass and into tunnels. Years of debate could be decided once and for all.By Jesse Paul Transportation Primary category in which blog post is published
The plan to turn 537 miles of Colorado roads into a connected highway is not as futuristic as it sounds. With funding granted, work starts in 2019 to use technology to reduce number of wrecks, fatalities
MAP: More than 70 people have died in Colorado aircraft crashes since 2014. Here’s what the data tells us.
Between 2014 and 2017, Colorado ranked fifth in number of fatal aircraft crashes in the U.S.
CDOT will cover cost of health study for Denver’s most polluted neighborhoods in I-70 project settlement
The $550,000 study is part of a settlement agreement after residents sued to block the expansion of Interstate 70 through northeast Denver
Mountain Metropolitan Transit ridership is up, but customers who live in far-flung neighborhoods find themselves cut off from work, health care and grocery stores
The “high-priority” 83-mile trail will encounter highways, rivers and neighbors concerned about limiting the impact on wildlife and the environment as the state pursues a more expansive trail connection
Awkward pose no more: Denver airport first to get new TSA full-body scanner that lets passengers keep hands at their side
The goal is to have the new technology -- both the updated scanners and bin process -- be in place when the airport’s $1.8 billion Great Hall renovation is complete
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
Democratic and Republican leaders urge the Democratic governor-elect to embrace public accountability effort when he takes office
Two Iranians indicted in hacking scheme that held CDOT computers hostage and cost Colorado up to $2 million
State's chief information security officer shares how the malware took out 1,700 computers for six weeks