I-70 both directions between Brighton and Colorado, plus corresponding ramps, will be closed from 10 p.m. on Jan. 4 to 6 a.m. Jan. 5, 2019.
As Earth heats up, many cities will find their infrastructure woefully unprepared for the difference a few degrees could make.
Preservationists and neighborhood advocates worry that Denver's $4.5 million plan to refurbish the city's sidewalks won't take into account preserving historic neighborhood flagstone foot paths.
A coalition of business groups announced plans Friday to ask Colorado voters this fall to raise sales taxes to pay for $6 billion in transportation projects.
A Republican plan would commit existing sales taxes to road construction. Opponents worry that mean cuts to other state programs.
"If we don't have the infrastructure, then in a funny way it's almost like I've been working against myself," Gov. John Hickenlooper said.
Sixty percent of the city's roads are in poor condition, says a Gazette reporter.
There's no shortage of infrastructure challenges, plus there's a funding gap of almost $1 billion.