Along with the bikeway and highway lanes, the $317 million project also features new technology to help motorists better decide how to get around.
Commuter rail trains will be traveling down the tracks every seven and a half minutes, sometimes at speeds of 70 mph.
- 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
- Boulder's transportation board is considering a pilot project Monday night that would add wider bike lanes to four city streets, leaving less room for cars.Read more
A new shuttle service that began operating last month in downtown Denver uses tuk tuks, a three-wheeled rickshaw.
- Overall, planners expect that the impact on travel times will be small, even in the future.Read more
Are cyclists just red-light running traffic cloggers? Are motorists merely road-raging maniacs? Can't we all get along?
"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.