Opinion: As Colorado’s House Republican leaders, we think Democrats are taking a wrong turn on transportation
Their bill is titled, “Sustainability Of The Transportation System,” but it’s hard to see how this 207-page policy behemoth is “sustainable.”
“A lot of big items still out there”: Colorado lawmakers have a massive to-do list with only a month left
There are about 250 pieces of active, unresolved legislation. And more meaty bills are being introduced by the day.
I-70 reopens near Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnels tunnel after shutting down over suspicious device
Colorado State Patrol Trooper Josh Lewis said a 911 caller reported an SUV traveling west contained an “explosive device”
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
Opinion: We can pay for Colorado’s needs if we spend wisely and expand individual freedom on land use
Advancing the liberty and fiscal responsibility that characterize bipartisan, colorful Colorado would make our state work better for all of us.
Opinion: Investing in transportation is the key to Colorado’s COVID economic recovery
A substantial commitment to our infrastructure would represent a desperately-needed lifeline and send a message that Colorado won’t be left behind in competing for jobs and business.
RTD gets federal coronavirus relief dollars, reverses furloughs
Despite receiving some financial respite, the agency is not calling back 90 non-union employees who left in recent weeks because their jobs are still deemed unnecessary given reduced agency services
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
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’s I-25 project on “The Gap” combined data, thousands of photos and engineering to minimize roadkill
On vast, contiguous public and private land, abundant wildlife has been meticulously preserved. But growing safety hazards couldn’t be ignored.
Anticipating a bust, the Colorado coal town of Craig gets an unexpected boost
Northwest Colorado is grieving the looming loss of a major industry and the pandemic has hurt. But the broader economy is beginning to perk up. "We are not victims," Craig chamber boss says.
With winter travel to Colorado resort communities very unclear, airlines are showing “unprecedented” flexibility
What is usually a set-in-stone schedule of flights is an Etch-a-Sketch this fall as Colorado resorts struggle to gauge demand for skiing and airlines work to accommodate coronavirus-wary travelers.
Colorado must cut half of its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. It will lean on oil and gas to do it.
Coal plant shutdowns and cleaner vehicles are helping make progress, but oil and gas must scrub 7 million metric tons of emissions with no rules to guide it.
RTD board soundly rejects resolution to replace security with social workers
The resolution lost in a 14-1 vote in the Regional Transportation District's publicly elected board of directors.
Colorado offers $4.1 million to cities that use pavement for people, not cars, as part of coronavirus recovery
The new “Can Do Colorado” initiative offers grants for communities that expand dining, shopping and pedestrian access into common areas, including streets and parking lots
Silverman: To B or not to B? A love story for some, but Denver just wasn’t that into these two-wheel beauties
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