- A new state audit says the Colorado Department of Transportation needs to improve how its spending some money to help fix roads and bridges.Read more
- The blimp, which will be tethered to the ground, will be flown up to 400 feet above I-25 near Interstate 76 and U.S. Highway 36.Read more
Proponents say the bill could help the state meet its transportation priorities.
More than 3.7 million Coloradans cross over structurally deficient bridges every day. Many of those bridges are in Denver.
There's no shortage of infrastructure challenges, plus there's a funding gap of almost $1 billion.
The 10-mile stretch saw 47 car accidents involving animals in just 4 years.