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County emphasizes air quality in transportation plan

Douglas County will prioritize improving air quality after the transportation master plan and an amendment were approved unanimously by the planning commission Oct. 21. Peter Bierbaum, a planning … more

Commissioners celebrate win for Ballot Issue 1A

The Douglas County Board of Commissioners began celebrating Nov. 5 after receiving news that Ballot Item 1A had been approved by voters. Beginning in January, an additional $12 million will be added … more

Roads measure appears on way to passing in Douglas County

A ballot item that would reallocate a portion of the county's 1% sales tax from the justice center to roads appeared to be on its way to passing in the Nov. 5 election. The measure would extend 0.13% … more

CDOT lays out vision for I-25 through Douglas County

A whopping study from the Colorado Department of Transportation that began more than two years ago is expected to wrap up this month, and it's got big proposals for Castle Rock and surrounding areas. … more

Voters to decide on tax allocation, extension

In September, Douglas County commissioners approved a ballot question asking voters to extend part of a sales tax and reallocate it from the justice center to transportation. The county's 1% sales … more

How ballot measures might affect commuters

Douglas County has selected 17 roads to widen by 2030 and if approved, a new November ballot measure could speed up that timeline. The list of recommended roads to widen is part of the county's 2040 … more

Douglas County to ‘spread’ transportation funding

A new approval process to receive federal transportation funds has allowed smaller communities in Douglas County to have transportation needs addressed. more

Commissioners OK new ballot for tax reallocation

Douglas County could have an additional $12.5 million per year for road improvements after commissioners voted to revise a November ballot item during a Sept. 3 meeting. If approved by voters, the … more

City gearing up for changes at Mineral and Santa Fe

City officials are gearing up to revamp one of the city's most congested intersections, though a full-scale fix is still a long way off. Littleton recently landed a $9.1 million federal grant to … more

RTD’s 50-year history builds path to future

A lot can happen in 50 years, and that is definitely the case in the world of transit. In the Denver area, the Regional Transpiration District — which launched in 1969 — has seen its share of new … more

Keeping eyes, and minds, on the road

Nicolle Dowling of Centennial knows her distracted driving is a problem. “I’m aware of it, but I need to do a better job of not doing it,” Dowling said. “Having the phone in my hand, whether it be for texting, talking, using navigation … more
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