DENVER I New Year’s Eve celebrations turned sour for many users of Colorado roadways who chose to ring in 2014 by driving impaired. Preliminary reports indicate 431 people were arrested for DUI during the New Year’s Eve enforcement period through the Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) ongoing The Heat Is On impaired driving prevention campaign.
RBC I As marijuana becomes available for recreational use throughout Colorado, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) remind motorists that it is illegal to drive while impaired by marijuana.
RBC I Once again, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) will team up with 76 law enforcement agencies throughout Colorado to increase DUI enforcement during the holiday period. During last year’s New Year’s Eve enforcement period, 501 people were arrested on Colorado roadways for DUI and there were two […]
Dear Editor: This is a open letter to dear friends in the Colorado Department of Transportation’s Region 3 area, which includes Rio Blanco County.
RBC I All lanes have been reopened at Eastbound Twin Tunnels after a nine-month construction project widening the tunnel from two lanes to three.
Dear Editor: This is a open letter to dear friends in the Colorado Department of Transportation’s Region 3 area, which includes Rio Blanco County. I have worked with many of you over the past decade on plenty of exciting CDOT projects and news stories. So while I will greatly miss working with you, it is […]
RBC I Labor Day marked the unofficial close of summer, and for the many arrested for driving impaired on Colorado roadways, the end-of-summer celebrations came to an abrupt finish.
Dear Editor: Finally, a group, MPACT64, (Club 20 is a member) is leading an effort to secure more funds for our deteriorating state highway system.
RBC | The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), Colorado State Patrol and law enforcement agencies in 11 counties support the Click It or Ticket campaign to save lives by increasing seat belt use at night.
Dear Editor: I attended the informational meeting regarding the future modernization of State Highway 13 from Rifle to Rio Blanco on July 16. Counting my wife and two staff members from CDOT, six of us were there.
Dear Editor: A recent report ranked Colorado’s rural and urban interstate conditions 47th and 33rd in the nation respectively. Whether you’re from Meeker or from Denver, poor transportation conditions are a problem.