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Review continues for mountain traffic plan

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The Colorado Department of Transportation is continuing to review test results of a plan to slow down traffic in the Colorado mountains by using pace cars. Spokeswoman Stacey Stegman says the idea is to keep traffic traveling at the same speed to avoid accidents by using police cars to keep traffic moving smoothly on Interstate… Continue Reading Review continues for mountain traffic plan

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I-25 North closed at Woodmen Road

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All lanes of Interstate 25 North at Woodmen Road will be closed today and tomorrow as the Colorado Department of Transportation paint signs that cross the highway. The work was originally scheduled for last week, but was postponed because of rain. Traffic on the interstate will detour via and the off- and on-ramps at Woodmen… Continue Reading I-25 North closed at Woodmen Road

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What are the odds? Owners of Triple Crown Casinos believe they are good – so good they’re spending several million dollars to build a 476-stall parking garage featuring covered walkways into the three casinos the group owns. The garage will funnel bettors into J.P. McGill’s, Midnight Rose, and the Brass Ass casinos. It is the… Continue Reading Cripple Creek casinos gamble on parking garage

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The Colorado Springs Airport is doing just fine, thank you. However, the reality is that if area residents don’t fly out of Colorado Springs, and instead fly out of Denver International Airport, things could change. That message was emphasized when airport experts, the airport manager, and appointed airport officials addressed those attending a Greater Colorado… Continue Reading Denver stealing business from CO Springs Airport

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It’s been only two and one-half weeks since America became the target of terrorism. Aside from lost lives and economic damage that continues to mount, consumer confidence took a big punch in the gut. People are afraid to fly despite the increasingly lower airfares and some investors are pulling – what is left of their… Continue Reading Sept. 11th hits U.S. and Co Springs economies but experts predict turn-around

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