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Opinion: No question: Colorado’s population growth is unsustainable

Think our air and traffic are bad now? How do you like Colorado with an additional 3 million people in 2050?

Opinion Columns

Opinion: 20 may be plenty, but it’s not much help, either

Better design, not slower speeds, is the key to making Denver streets safer

Opinion Columns

Opinion: On the edge of the Marshall inferno, drivers worked in concert to avert trouble

On busy U.S. 36, choking smoke and approaching flames triggered a retreat of vehicles in an amazing display of unspoken cooperation

Opinion

Opinion: We already have a tool that can clean the air, reduce traffic, and expand job opportunity: the bus

It’s not complicated: More buses, running more frequently

Opinion Columns

Woman who hit deer killed after being hit by another vehicle

At least nine people were injured on Monday

Crime and Courts

Denver man in anti-Semitic group arrested in Florida after refusing to follow police commands during a traffic stop

Joseph Bounds, 33, was charged with misdemeanor resisting a police officer without violence and failure to obey a police officer during a traffic stop

Crime and Courts

Opinion: Colorado is growing fast, and our roads must keep pace

A coalition of more than 50 businesses and organizations has outlined a legislative framework for safer roads and less congestion.

Opinion Columns

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

Transportation

Shoshana Lew and Karen Stuart: Transparency in Colorado transportation starts with talking to our neighbors

CDOT will continue to do even more to make sure that the dollars we spend deliver real results for the citizens and communities of this state.

Opinion Columns

Opinion: We are rediscovering Denver after 22 years gone. Here’s what we found.

Yes, traffic is worse and housing is less affordable. But growth has also brought more diversity. We're eager to help make Colorado even better.

Opinion Columns

Coronavirus has Coloradans driving fast and furious. Knock it off, law enforcement says.

Tickets for drivers speeding more than 40 mph over the limit remain high even as Colorado traffic has declined as much as 80%. “There are no autobahns in Colorado, but some drivers right now seem to think there are,” one state trooper says.

Coronavirus

Colorado skiers will soon be able to take a bus from Denver to A-Basin, Loveland and Steamboat

Gov. Jared Polis said during a ceremony at Denver’s Union Station that the “Snowstang” service, which begins Dec. 14, will be “really convenient” and “super easy"

Transportation

Drew Litton: The madness begins

Cartoons

The fire-suppression system in the I-70 tunnels is a critical Colorado insurance policy. We toured it to find out why.

The Colorado Sun spoke to the experts who run the tunnels to learn more about their fire suppression system and how they work. Here’s what we found.

Transportation

Opinion: Punishing car commuters isn’t the answer to Colorado congestion

Opinion Columns

Colorado liftmaker Leitner-Poma entering boom as ski industry battles heat up and cities seek to innovate

Massive investments in resort infrastructure are one part of the surge, but the Grand Junction-based company also sees a future in solving urban traffic problems with its gondola systems

Outdoors

While Colorado hits brakes on building a hyperloop, private sector engineers are continuing the chase

High-tech travel is taking a back seat in the new CDOT boss’ plans for making commutes more efficient

Transportation

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.

Transportation

A voluntary effort to speed up the availability of electric vehicles in Colorado has come unplugged

Automakers hoped they could convince Colorado not to adopt controversial zero-emission vehicle standards by volunteering to make more electric-vehicle models available in the state

Transportation

Snow tires, chains or AWD are required on I-70 when it’s snowy. But motorists could soon need them all winter long

Colorado could soon make its temporary traction law into an all-winter-long, snow-or-shine rule on Interstate 70 from Morrison to Glenwood Canyon. Checkpoints might be used for enforcement.

Transportation
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