So-called urban or roof avalanches are actually more common than the kind sliding down a mountainside.
From weird test signs to weird on-ramp green light systems.
Snowstorms and wind have caused large and dangerous avalanches, some of which have covered I-70 in snow and closed the highway. And it may keep coming.
Video captured by one I-70 driver shows a cloud of snow come down the mountain and slide across the interstate.
In 2000, nearly 10.3 million vehicles on I-70 crossed the Continental Divide, which slices through the heart of Colorado’s ski country. That figure was about 13.4 million in 2018.
The two neighborhoods are some of Denver's oldest, predominantly Latino and have incomes that are lower than Denver's average.
Tuesday's rock slide contained between 250 and 350 cubic yards of debris.
The truckers say they need an unbiased party to study the issue and help find a solution.
Currently, trucks must traverse the Continental Divide over 11,990-foot Loveland Pass on U.S. Highway 6.
Early plans are in motion to ease congestion on the interstate. Passenger rail lines traveling to and from Denver are on the table.