As skiers head to the slopes for the Martin Luther King holiday, the state hopes a new management strategy will keep traffic moving.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is taking steps to try to limit traffic delays on the I-70 mountain corridor west of Denver during the winter.
They're riled up over a project would tear down the viaduct between Brighton Boulevard and Colorado Boulevard.
CDOT is taking several steps to reduce major delays caused in part by stuck vehicles.
Gov. Hickenlooper said that current Executive Director Don Hunt never intended to serve two terms.
CDOT aims to reduce congestion and complaints about the interstate dividing neighborhoods.