Transportation

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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5:39am

Thu December 12, 2013
The Picture Show

With One Photo, The Average Commute Becomes Super Special

Originally published on Tue December 17, 2013 9:53 am

Original caption via Instagram: #pscommute 5:15 PM on the C Train. 34th Street, Penn Station back home to Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Giving the gift of reading. A magical moment between mother and son. It may seem like just another subway ride, but with a book and an imagination, the adventures are limitless.
Jabali Sawicki/@jsawicki1 Instagram

Each month on Instagram, we team up with KPCC and suggest a photo assignment for our project Public Square. In October, we wanted to see your commute — that perfectly average and ordinary part of the day that many of us share. Lots of you participated. And one photo in particular had a special story.

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3:09pm

Mon November 4, 2013
Business

New EV Charging Stations Now Open At DIA

One of ten new 'Level 1' electric vehicle charging stations at DIA.
Denver International Airport

Ten new electric vehicle charging stations were unveiled to the public Monday at Denver International Airport. The stations will be free to those who pay to park in the lots where they are located.

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7:08am

Thu September 26, 2013

Should Post-Flood Colorado Rebuild Or Build Better?

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Rampaging floodwater gouged 200 miles of Colorado roads and damaged or tore away 50 bridges. The estimated tab for that infrastructure alone is $430 million. In light of redrawn river beds and floodplains, how should Colorado look to recover?
Source: Csmonitor · Via: Luke Runyon
The Colorado floods are leading to a massive rebuilding effort, but with winter closing in, the question is whether the state can wait to rebuild better and smarter, or whether it must simply move fast.

5:00am

Thu September 26, 2013
Business

Boulder County Still Assessing Flood Damage

Boulder Flooding from September 13th.
Dan Greenwood KUNC

It’s been just over two weeks since communities in Northern Colorado and Boulder County were hard-hit by floodwaters. The recovery is underway, but damage from the flooding is still being assessed.

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