Along with the bikeway and highway lanes, the $317 million project also features new technology to help motorists better decide how to get around.
"You can stay in the general purpose lanes and pay with your time, or you can jump into the toll – into the express lanes," explained CDOT's executive director.
The cost of your trip depends on a lot of factors: what you're riding, when you're riding, and whether you've gotten a sticker or a transponder from CDOT.
The Boulder musician chose "decisions" as a theme for his new album, "Hey Joe Opus: Red Meat."
"At this point we think this problem has solved itself," said Jennifer Churchill, a spokesperson with Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Authorities are investigating who is responsible for mailing what turned out to be harmless white powder to two Jewish organizations.
The agency’s 50-year contract with a private company to construct and manage sections of U.S. 36 faced harsh criticism last year.
The program, SeedPaths, says that 82 percent of its graduates are employed within 90 days of finishing their studies.