A new art campaign in Denver will encourage you to "stow your phone before crossing."
The problem: "We want to keep truck traffic out of neighborhoods. It poses a greater safety hazard for kids walking to and from school."
Denver officials advanced plans Tuesday to work with Kentro Group on acquiring the land from the state.
Denver officials are trying to improve transparency around where marijuana tax revenue is going, but there's still room for improvement.
City officials want to buy the Colorado Department of Transportation's current headquarters in southeast Denver and then sell the land to a developer.
CDOT spokeswoman Amy Ford says the department is partnering with Arrivo to determine if the system will work in Colorado.
A federal judge declined to issue an injunction to stop the Platte to Park Hill flood control project over its connection to the I-70 widening.
Bhatt will leave in December to become the chief executive officer at the Intelligent Transportation Society of America.
Denver Auditor Tim O'Brien recommended this step back in January 2016 as a way to better measure and guard against racial profiling.
Dozens of pigs escaped their inevitable fate — albeit briefly — when the truck they were being hauled by overturned on Interstate 70 in western Colorado.
CDOT and the city of Denver are setting aside $3.75 million for home upgrades as part of the mitigation for the I-70 expansion.
Builders looking to get a permit from the Denver Community Planning and Development Department better bring a book.
Denver Auditor Tim O'Brien is seeking a district court ruling granting him the authority to audit Denver County Courts.
CDOT director Shailen Bhatt told I-70 opponents that it's "the American process" to sue, and they have taken him up on that challenge.
This is the second time in a year that Denver Auditor Timothy O'Brien found that the city didn't take adequate steps to protect sensitive information.