Government, Business, Technology

Mobility, Modernization Top Goals for Colorado and Michigan Governors

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Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, whose states have significant freight corridors, set goals to overhaul the infrastructure in their states to ensure that the goods that bolster their economy can move freely.

Eleanor Lamb | Staff Reporter
January 19, 2018
Government, Business

AASHTO Announces New Leaders, Transportation Award Winners

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The Departments of Transportation of both Colorado and Idaho were honored as top winners at the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’ annual meeting Sept. 27.

Eleanor Lamb | Staff Reporter
September 27, 2017
Business, Technology

Kapsch TrafficCom to Provide 6C Toll Tags in Colorado

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Kapsch TrafficCom has been selected by the E-470 Public Highway Authority in Colorado to supply 6C toll tags for use by express toll account holders.

Transport Topics
July 21, 2017

Colorado Transportation Officials Search for Bipartisan Solution to Transportation Woes

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WINDSOR, Colo. — Investing in Colorado's transportation infrastructure, specifically along the Front Range, is necessary to accommodate the high volume of people moving into the area due to the vast economic growth, regional transportation experts say.

Katarina Velazquez | Greeley (Colo.) Tribune
May 24, 2017

Colorado to Join Road Usage Charge Experiment

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In December, Colorado will became the third state with an active road usage charge program after Oregon and California. Unlike those states, which sought to enroll 5,000 vehicles, Colorado’s six-month program will include just 100 vehicles, none of them large trucks.    

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
November 23, 2016

Colorado State Patrol Cracks Down on Unsafe Trucking Operations

Colorado State Patrol

The Colorado State Patrol found nearly 100 violations during an operation in the Platteville, Colorado, aimed at identifying truckers and trucking companies that weren’t in compliance with safety rules.

October 3, 2016

No Deal on Transportation Funding in Colorado

Colorado became the latest state to refrain from taking major action on transportation funding when its Legislature adjourned May 12. 

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
May 12, 2016