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CDOT seeks interested parties for interchange project

CDOT seeks interested parties for interchange project

The Colorado Department of Transportation is seeking letters of interest from companies or teams interested in helping reconstruct the interchange at Interstate 25 and Cimarron Street. The state has decided to use a design-build approach. The project cost is $95 million with construction estimated between $65 million and $85 million. The City of Colorado Springs… Continue Reading CDOT seeks interested parties for interchange project

Coloradans invited to help plan state’s transportation system

The Colorado Department of Transportation wants citizens to help plan the future of the state’s transportation system. With the unveiling of the statewide plan website www.coloradotransportationmatters.com, CDOT invites the public to help develop the Statewide Transportation Plan, set for release in mid-2014. “This plan guides us on how limited dollars will be invested in the… Continue Reading Coloradans invited to help plan state’s transportation system

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CDOT helps state businesses in rebuilding roads

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The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has launched a website and a division that will help small businesses connect with contractors who are rebuilding state roads and bridges after this year’s flooding. Statewide, road and bridge damage totaled an estimated $450 million, said Amy Ford, CDOT spokeswoman. Because of the catastrophic nature of the incidents,… Continue Reading CDOT helps state businesses in rebuilding roads

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CDOT launches user-friendly website

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The Colorado Department of Transportation has launched a new website in conjunction with the development of its 2040 Statewide Transportation Plan. With a more user-friendly interface than its predecessor, ColoradoTransportationMatters.com works with the statewide plan to establish future goals and inform citizens of how they can help cultivate the future of transportation in the state,… Continue Reading CDOT launches user-friendly website

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The Colorado Small Business Development Centers Network has launched a website designed to provide free consulting, training and online resources for small businesses in the transportation industry. The website, called Connect2Dot (www.connect2dot.org) is funded by the Colorado Department of Transportation and managed by the SBDC. The site offers quick and easy access to information on… Continue Reading Site launched for transportation small businesses

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Cyclists, time to get your ride on. Rally Week, in celebration of the 2012 USA Pro Challenge cycling race, begins Aug. 20 with bicycle rides planned every day this week leaving from America the Beautiful park and ending at a downtown business. All rides start at 6 p.m. Springs Cycling Club hosts the first ride… Continue Reading Rally Week begins Monday, cyclists ride daily into downtown

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Camping allowed along Pro Challenge race route

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Cycling fans will be allowed to camp along roadsides of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge route up to 24 hours in advance in order to get a good view of the cycling competition. The Colorado Department of Transportation added this one-time exception for those who wish to camp along the route, which mimics the spirit… Continue Reading Camping allowed along Pro Challenge race route

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The Colorado Department of Transportation approved its Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan last week, a six-year list of priority projects, but few jobs were listed for Colorado Springs. The plan includes funding outlooks for the expansion of Woodman Road between Powers Boulevard and Interstate 25 and for a study of capacity on Highway 24 between I-25… Continue Reading Few Springs projects on CDOT list

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I-70 remains closed

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A 17-mile stretch of Interstate 70 between Glenwood Springs and at Dotsero remains closed as geologists assess the danger level of a rock that appears to be unstable. The highway was closed yesterday when a massive rock slide covered the road and punched a hole in a bridge. There appears to be another rock at the top of… Continue Reading I-70 remains closed

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The Colorado Department of Transportation will close the two Larkspur rest areas along northbound and southbound Interstate 25 on May 11 because they are too expensive and too time consuming to maintain. The southbound area has been closed since November 2008 and requires $300,000 in repairs to meet health department standards, and officials said maintenance of… Continue Reading CDOT closing I-25 rest areas at Larkspur

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