Democrats plan to suspend Colorado’s new gas fee — until two months after the November election
House Bill 1351 is the cornerstone of Gov. Jared Polis’ efforts to slash Coloradans’ cost of living. Any relief it offers would last just six months.
Conservatives file lawsuit to invalidate Colorado’s new transportation fees. Here’s what it claims.
Senate Bill 260, passed by Democrats in 2021, enacted new fees on gasoline purchases, deliveries and Uber and Lyft rides to raise billions for transportation projects
Opinion: Punishing RTD hurts Colorado’s most potent weapon against climate change
The key to lowering greenhouse gases is fewer cars, more mass transit. State budget ultimatums aren’t getting us closer to that goal
I-25 South Gap will open in mid-December, nearly a year ahead of schedule
Construction on the 18-mile stretch of highway began in 2018 and was expected to conclude at the end of 2022
Colorado takes its biggest step yet toward a Front Range passenger train system
Senate Bill 238 creates a new taxation district to fund the project, which will be overseen by a board
Here come the gas and delivery fees as Colorado’s governor signs $5 billion-plus transportation bill into law
Colorado lawmakers have been trying to solve the problem of boosting transportation funding for years. But Senate Bill 260 passed with almost no Republican support at the Capitol.
Carman: Life is a highway, but the legislature keeps finding nothing but dead ends
It's time for Colorado to acknowledge the injustice on which its highway system was built and to compensate Black and brown communities impacted for decades
Colorado Democrats formally introduce their transportation-fee bill with Republican, business community support
Senate Bill 260 would impose new fees on motorists purchasing gas and diesel fuel, while also adding additional costs to deliveries, rideshare trips and electric vehicle registrations
REPLAY: The Colorado Sun hosts a discussion on the state’s transportation-funding future
You can watch the event live on our Facebook page or register to participate on Zoom
Colorado lawmakers considering new fee on gallon of gas to boost money for roads
Gov. Jared Polis has made clear to lawmakers he wants a bipartisan deal this session, according to advocates who say this year could break the impasses in prior sessions
Colorado Department of Transportation expects $150 million in stimulus influx
The funding includes $9.7 million for new noise walls along Interstate 25 in the Denver area and $25.5 million for a grade-separated interchange in Colorado Springs
Colorado lawmakers inch forward on transportation deal as gas tax hike becomes political touch point
Americans for Prosperity is launching ads at gas station pumps and sending mailers criticizing lawmakers for overspending tax dollars
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
Before Colorado’s legislative session starts, transportation spending sits at impasse and frustration is mounting
Republican leader Patrick Neville says the state needs to focus on roads, “not extra pogo stick lanes or bike lanes” as Democrats push back
Colorado’s 2020 legislative session begins this week. Here’s a rundown of 10 issues to watch.
The state legislature’s break-neck pace from 2019 may not return, but expect fierce debates over health care, criminal justice, guns and transportation
“I’m absolutely not supportive of that”: Front Range passenger train service appears derailed on arrival at Capitol
House Speaker KC Becker, D-Boulder, says she doesn’t support train service on Colorado’s Front Range and that transportation dollars should be spent elsewhere
Coloradans keep rejecting statewide tax questions to fund transportation. Democrats are now eyeing a regional approach.
“If the same ideological opposition gathers to any new transportation revenue, we’re running out of ways to tell local communities they can’t act on their own,” said state Rep. Matt Gray, a Broomfield Democrat
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.