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.
- About 2,500 people ride Fort Collins' MAX bus each day, and 6 percent of them don't pay up for their ticket, reports the Coloradoan.Read more
For the first time, 2 commuter rail cars, under their own electric power, entered the station at the airport. The test marks one of the final stages before the East Rail Line opens to the public in mid 2016.
- In Denver, Uber accounted for only 12 percent of the Denver market in January 2014. But by the end of 2014, it captured 25 percent.Read more
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 Public Utilities Commission is looking to limit driver hours on the road and ensure proper vehicle inspections.