Tag: Colorado Department of Transportation
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) established a new Office of Innovative Mobility, which will elevate the role of the existing Division of Transit and Rail, integrating its functions with other means of expanding mobility options, including through ridesharing, electrification, and emerging technologies.
The Colorado Scenic and Historic Byways Program, which has helped guide the development of the state’s roadways that have exceptional scenic, ecological, cultural, and historic attributes, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.
The Colorado High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE) celebrates its 10th year of progress in accelerating mobility for the state. HPTE pursues delivery options to accelerate construction schedules, increase scope of projects and reduce risk for taxpayers.
Floods across the Front Range in the fall of 2013 caused widespread damage to critical infrastructure. In the Big Thompson River canyon, floods destroyed more than 10 miles of the US 34 roadway embankment. The Colorado Department of Transportation committed to completing emergency, temporary repairs, followed by a flexible and resilient permanent solution — for which they engaged Jacobs.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will install 17 miles of fiber optic cable as a first step in converting US 24 to a Smart Mobility corridor.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Sierra Club, the Colorado Latino Forum, the Chaffee Park Neighborhood Association, and the Elyria Swansea Neighborhood Association reached a settlement agreement in a July 2017 lawsuit that focuses on providing benefits to the communities, including a health study, air monitoring, landscaping, and outreach.
Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT's) C-470 Express Lanes project team is installing an innovative process to transport concrete to the center lanes of the highway that, once complete, will help build the new Express Lanes.
Colorado and Denver officials broke ground on the Central 70 Project, the largest construction project in the state and the Colorado Department of Transportation's (CDOT) second public-private partnership.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and its partner Panasonic Corporation of North America are building on a successful pilot program to begin deployment of the most advanced vehicle-to-everything (V2X) environment in the country.
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