Recent Streetsblog DENVER posts about CDOT

Downtown Denver viewed through the haze of Colorado's "brown cloud" on March 6. Photo: Andy Bosselman

Trump Rule Would Allow Colorado Car Dealers to Sell Vehicles That Pollute More

The Trump administration could kill state regulations that limit vehicle emissions and promote the sales of electric vehicles. The new EPA rule, expected this summer, could lead to more pollution in Colorado and push the state further out of compliance with federal air quality standards. If that happens, federal officials could cut off funding for highway and public transportation projects in the state.
I-25 viewed from the 16th Street pedestrian bridge. Photo: Andy Bosselman

Commentary: Before Changing I-25 in Denver, Is CDOT Really Listening?

Officials from the Colorado Department of Transportation showed off ideas to fix a dangerous, congested stretch of Interstate 25 that passes through Central Denver. Despite the agency’s recent announcement of a statewide “listening tour,” the highway agency has already ruled out the most progressive concept it considered: Tearing down the highway and replacing it with an urban boulevard.