Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday, March 7th, 11:32 am
Colorado transit agencies provided over 10 million trips to get Coloradans and visitors to work, to medical appointments, shopping, school and other critical destinations in 2010, according to the National Transit Database.
Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday, March 7th, 11:15 am
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) Small Business Opportunity Office has accepted the Small Business Enterprise (SBE) certification designations of the City and County of Denver and the Colorado Department of Transportation. This will lessen the need for the state’s small businesses to have multiple certifications in order to bid on or perform construction and professional services work for RTD when certification is required.
Submitted by Anonymous on Tuesday, March 6th, 10:55 am
The House passed a bill this morning to help Coloradans who lease Toyota Priuses or other hybrid vehicles and have run into hassles with their finance agencies over who gets to claim the federal innovative motor vehicle tax credit.
Submitted by Anonymous on Friday, March 2nd, 1:06 pm
Starting at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 3rd and continuing until 8 a.m. on Sunday, March 4th, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will completely closed northbound and southbound I-225 at Colfax Avenue for bridge girder installation.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday, March 1st, 12:59 pm
Bus operators, cities, counties and other entities are receiving a financial boost after the Colorado Transportation Commission awarded $14 million of FASTER (Funding Advancement for Surface Transportation & Economic Recovery) funds for statewide and regional transit projects for Fiscal Year 2013.
Submitted by Anonymous on Monday, February 27th, 12:10 pm
Mayor Michael B. Hancock today waived the four furlough days remaining in 2012 for the Denver Motor Vehicle Division. This action is part of the Mayor’s ongoing efforts to improve customer service throughout the City.