Opinion: To clean the air, Colorado must re-think its roads, not merely fill them with electric cars
A true solution involves replacing personal vehicles with buses and bikes
Here are the new gas and road-usage fees behind Colorado Democrats’ $4 billion transportation plan
The new fees would start in July 2022 to pay for infrastructure projects, efforts to improve air quality and public transportation initiatives
Colorado was an early adopter of roundabouts. Now, motorists across the U.S. are driving in circles.
American drivers largely dismissed them for more than a century -- until pioneers like Golden and Vail proved they can work
Durango’s ridiculed Bridge to Nowhere suddenly has clear road ahead
After a decade of delays and legal fights, the largest project in the history of that region of southwest Colorado will ease traffic and safety problems
Opinion: Environmental protection and infrastructure development are not mutually exclusive
Opinion: Colorado can’t withstand more growth without modernizing our aging bridges and water infrastructure
Lyft is introducing a fleet of 200 electric Kias in Colorado, a car model that motorists here can’t even buy
A change to Colorado’s electric-vehicle tax credit law this year prompted the ride-sharing company to choose the state to launch its first EV fleet in the U.S.
Preserving Frank Lloyd Wright’s light touch on Vail Pass
Design of humble concrete barriers holding the mountain back from I-70 was influenced by Wright acolytes and set standards for making highways harmonious with nature
Work on another I-70 mountain toll lane starts Monday and will span into 2021. Here’s what you need to know.
The lane will run 12 miles in the westbound lanes of the interstate from the Veterans Memorial Tunnels in Idaho Springs to Empire Junction. The eastbound toll lane is already open.
Colorado’s internet of roads is a go. Soon cars will “talk” to signs and traffic signals
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
CDOT is looking for a great idea to keep cars from crashing into wildlife
Last year’s challenge to reduce deaths of cyclists and pedestrians stalled on contracts, but is moving forward