Colorado Renews Emergency Order for Fuel Transport
An ongoing refinery shutdown has prompted Colorado’s governor to extend a fuel supply chain emergency order enabling commercial vehicles to carry heavier fuel loads on state highways for another month.
State, Federal Funds to Improve 1-70 Mountain Corridor in Colorado
A $700 million project to improve a notorious mountain bottleneck on Interstate 70 in Colorado is being lauded by stakeholders in the state and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.
Interstate 70 in Colorado Partially Reopens
A portion of the heavily traveled Interstate 70 in Colorado that was damaged by mudslides is now open to traffic.August 16, 2021
Mudslides Close 46 Miles of I-70 in Colorado
DENVER, Colo. — Mudslides from heavy rains caused “extreme damage” to Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon, Colo., Aug. 1, and transportation officials closed the road and advised long-distance truckers to detour north onto Interstate 80 through Wyoming.August 2, 2021
Colorado Partners Release Truck Safety Video for I-70 Travel
As a way to educate truckers, the Colorado Department of Transportation released a video on the challenges and best practices associated with navigating Interstate 70’s mountainous terrain.December 18, 2020
Colorado Partners Press On With I-70 Interchange Project
The Transportation Commission of Colorado approved a resolution to advance an interchange project along Interstate 70 near Denver International Airport, which will include multimodal features to improve the movement of goods and people.November 30, 2020
US Capitol Christmas Tree Photo Gallery
From harvesting, to transport, to arrival in D.C., to the lighting, check out photos of the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree's journey from the forests of Colorado to the nation's capital.November 23, 2020
Colorado Carrier Apex Transportation to Deliver Capitol Christmas Tree
Apex Transportation, founded in 1996 and based in Henderson, Colo., was chosen to haul this year’s U.S. Capitol Christmas tree from Colorado to Washington, D.C.
Colorado DOT Starts Work on Military Access Project
Colorado is beginning work on the Military Access, Mobility and Safety Improvement Project, which is meant to improve the infrastructure that serves the military bases in Colorado Springs.October 9, 2020
Colorado DOT to Expand Truck Parking at Two Rest Areas
The Colorado Department of Transportation is conducting a project to expand truck parking availability at two rest areas.April 3, 2020