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Dan NjegomirDan NjegomirMay 3, 20187min1039

In 2012 the Colorado Transportation Commission passed Policy Directive 1603, which directed the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to “strongly consider managed lanes during the planning process for new capacity projects (any expansion and/or operational improvements) on state highways that are or will be congested.” In addition, the directive stated that CDOT must justify “the decision to not include managed lanes.”


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Joey BunchJoey BunchFebruary 26, 20184min230
Dozens of people met Saturday at Lewis-Palmer High School in Monument to tell the Tri-Lakers on how its going with Interstate 25’s lane expansion called simple “the gap.” Their trips north and back is a visible reminder of Colorado’s traffic problems, a double whammy of growth and neglect. The legislature hasn’t put much money into […]

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Tom RamstackTom RamstackFebruary 1, 20185min673
President Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday brought hope that the Colorado Department of Transportation’s funding shortfall for road-building projects will at least be eased. Trump pledged to seek $1.5 trillion in new infrastructure spending for roads, bridges, highways and waterways. The federal grants would need to be matched by state and local funds. […]

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