While Colorado hits brakes on building a hyperloop, private sector engineers are continuing the chaseBy Tamara Chuang Transportation Primary category in which blog post is published
Work on another I-70 mountain toll lane starts Monday and will span into 2021. Here’s what you need to know.By Jesse Paul Transportation Primary category in which blog post is published
To pay for housing and roads, Colorado lawmakers turned to an unusual source: the public’s “lost and found”By Brian Eason Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
I-25 traffic jams are shifting northern Colorado transit plans into high gear. But are commuters ready to ditch their cars?By Dan England Transportation Primary category in which blog post is published
From moments of chaos in the Colorado Senate to tensions on the oil and gas bill, here are the most impactful situations at the state Capitol this year
Colorado lawmakers plan to remove $2.3 billion transportation question from ballot, delay it to 2020
Colorado legislative leaders are concerned about an increasingly crowded 2019 election ballot with substantial spending questions
Coloradans may face 4 spending questions this year. Will new nicotine tax measure overload the ballot?
The proposal, announced Wednesday by Gov. Jared Polis and Democratic state lawmakers, would set a uniform nicotine tax at 62 percent. That would lift the taxes on a package of cigarettes to $2.49 from 84 cents.
Voters could decide on legal Colorado sports betting in November; tax revenue would go toward state’s water plan
If House Bill 1327 passes the legislature and is signed off on by voters later this year, sports betting in Colorado could be a thing by May 2020
The pledges the Democratic candidates made on education, health care, oil and gas and TABOR all rank at the top of his list
The House and Senate approved the measure after budget writers tapped two reserve funds to cover extra spending
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.
Colorado lawmakers reach deal to spend $300 million on transportation. But it’s unclear what will be cut to pay for it.
Democrats in the House say education funding will not be tapped to pay for the extra transportation funds
The spending bills for fiscal year 2020 includes pay hikes for state employees, more money for education and dozens of other programs favored by Democrats.