Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT)

5:00am

Fri December 20, 2013
CDOT

Temporary Repairs Not Enough For U.S. Highway 36

October 5, 2013 Utah National Guard members work to repair a flood-damaged stretch of U.S. Highway 36 in Boulder and Larimer Counties, Colo.
Credit Utah National Guard

2:52pm

Tue December 17, 2013
Transportation

CDOT Wants Your Help Telling Colorado’s Transportation Story

Screencap: http://youtu.be/bKpzxEGe-gU
Colorado Department of Transportation

Colorado’s Department of Transportation is looking for your opinions and thoughts. They want to know the public’s priorities for transportation statewide and in their communities as they develop a future transportation plan.

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4:09pm

Thu November 21, 2013
Colorado Flood

As U.S. Highway 34 Reopens, Flood Damage Still Visible

Grace Hood KUNC

Governor John Hickenlooper was in the Northern Colorado town of Drake Thursday to officially reopen U.S. Highway 34, effectively rejoining the communities of Loveland and Estes Park.

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3:57pm

Tue November 12, 2013
Colorado Flood

Flood Damage On U.S. Forest Service Land Approaches $17 Million

Camp Dick Campground on the Boulder Ranger District during the flood.
U.S. Forest Service

The U.S. Forest Service has released initial infrastructure damage estimates from the September floods. 232 roads, 70 trails, 4 bridges and 42 facilities were damaged—adding up to almost $17 million in repairs needed.

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7:44am

Tue November 5, 2013
Transportation

High Speed Rail Study Shows 150 MPH Possibilities

A French TGV high speed train. Similar trains could run along the front range at 150 MPH.
Patrick Janicek Flickr-Creative Commons

High speed rail along the Front Range has long been a pipe dream in Colorado. It’s a dream taking a baby step forward though as the Colorado Department of Transportation held the first of four public meetings Monday on a continuing study exploring the feasibility and public support for a line from Fort Collins south via Denver International Airport to Pueblo.

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