Long before the end of summer, the Colorado Department of Transportation was preparing for winter.
Lamar among the communities receiving a share of $42 million in grant awards.
Seat belt citations in Colorado are up 52 percent this year.
The free-fare promotion on the Bustang Outrider Trinidad-Pueblo route continues through August 31.
The Colorado Department of Transportation has funded a project that is expected to improve and prolong the life of the road surface between Eads and Sheridan Lake in Kiowa County.
The Colorado Department of Transportation reminds drivers to expect heavier than normal traffic in many areas of the state over the next week-and-a-half as people travel for the holidays.
Unbuckled roadway fatalities increasing, at 118 this year.
The Colorado Department of Transportation, in cooperation with Martin Marietta, will be resurfacing US Highway 50 between Mile Post 316.5 and MP 331.
The project will start at the intersection of US 50 and Bonforte Boulevard in Pueblo and continue east on US 50 to Avondale Boulevard.
Other improvements that will be done to the roadway include micro-surfacing, bridge work, guardrail replacement, ADA ramps, and possible slope paving.
Most people killed in vehicles on Colorado roads are not buckled up.
Men more likely to be unbelted -- 72 percent of unbuckled deaths were men in 2021.