Faced with the challenge of reaching young men with a message to deter drunk driving, Colorado's Department of Transportation has turned to a new tool. The 'Interactive Urinal Communicator.'
Colorado transportation officials are trying a new approach to discourage drunken driving – and it’s practically guaranteed to generate a steady stream of attention.
Dozens of government and business leaders from Northern Colorado gathered in Longmont Thursday to discuss the future of I-25 between Denver and Fort Collins.
With about two weeks until the start of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, towns along the 600-mile race route are working overtime to communicate impending road closures and race-day details to residents.
The $2.35 million project will replace culverts along Highway 14.