A proposal sparked by a public outcry over public-private road deals and the Boulder Turnpike is headed to Gov. Hickenlooper after winning final approval in the Colorado House.
The redevelopment project includes a new train platform for commuter rail behind the historic terminal and an underground bus station, which opens in May.
The Colorado Public Research Interest Group analyzed federal highway data to conclude Coloradans are driving about 11 percent per person less than a decade ago.
With other sources of transportation funding on the decline, Colorado is set to ink what could be the first of many deals giving private companies control of the state's roads.
Some lawmakers and citizens aren’t happy about the deal CDOT is finalizing to work with a private company on U.S. 36 between Denver and Boulder.
The Colorado Department of Transportation concludes building high-speed transit in the mountain and urban corridors is not financially feasible.