Tag: Colorado Department of Transportation
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.
Virgin Hyperloop One, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), and AECOM are advancing to the second half of the Rocky Mountain Hyperloop feasibility study. The study has developed an initial design concept for first hyperloop portal (station) located near the Denver International Airport.
Outstanding state department of transportation projects that tested innovative ways to improve driver safety on winter roads and brought economic growth to communities are among the top winners in the western regional America’s Transportation Awards competition.
Technology startup Integrated Roadways entered a partnership with the Colorado Department of Transportation under their RoadX initiative to use next-generation innovations to solve infrastructure challenges.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has been working with local elected officials and stakeholders to develop concepts and designs to help alleviate congestion, on Interstate 70, improve safety and maintain the unique environment of the mountains
The Board of Directors of the Intelligent Transportation Society (ITS) of America named Shailen Bhatt as president and CEO. Bhatt joins ITS America with an extensive background in promoting and advocating for intelligent transportation, most recently as the executive director of Colorado Department of Transportation.
Hyperloop One announced Colorado as one of the 10 winners of its Hyperloop One Global Challenge to identify the strongest new Hyperloop routes in the world. Hyperloop One and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) —with support from AECOM — will enter a public-private partnership to begin a feasibility study in Colorado that considers a Front Range route from Cheyenne to Pueblo.
Hyperloop One announced the winners of its Hyperloop One Global Challenge to identify the strongest new Hyperloop routes in the world. Following a close assessment of the proposals by a panel of experts in infrastructure, technology and transportation, 10 teams from five countries were chosen from among hundreds of applicants.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) selected Kiewit Meridiam Partners (KMP) as the preferred proposer to design, build and finance reconstruction of I-70 in Denver, as well as operate and maintain Central 70 for 30 years.