The legislation would provide an extra $65 million for roads and schools in the fiscal year that begins July 1.
Coloradans voted in 2005 to let the state avoid tax refunds for a five-year period. The new ballot question would make the change in tax law permanent.
This season's avalanches and snow slides are surprising even CDOT veterans.
Tuesday's rock slide contained between 250 and 350 cubic yards of debris.
Propositions 109 and 110 offer dueling strategies to accomplish long-awaited road and transit improvements.
CDOT wants your ideas on how to limit dangers on rural roads.
New research coming out of CU Denver found there's no connection between congestion and a region's GDP or job growth.
Almost one in 10 deadly car accidents in the state in 2016 were related to road rage.
Colorado State Patrol is increasing their watch along the Western Slope, where it says the roads have become the most dangerous place to drive in Colorado during the month of July.
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.