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Colorado DOT: Ideas in Motion

Posted by Infra on Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Calling Colorado’s busiest corridor just a highway would be an understatement. For half a century, I-25 has connected people and industry, supporting the state’s economy and vitality. As Colorado’s population grows, so do the demands on this interstate. That’s why CDOT remains committed to keeping Colorado in motion–from a $323 economic-boosting project in Denver to the addition of multiple modes of transit between Johnstown and Fort Collins to reducing congestion in Douglas County.

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One Response to “Colorado DOT: Ideas in Motion”

  1. Jerry Roane says:

    We offered high speed dual mode cars and guideway between the Denver Airport past the Eisenhower Tunnel to Colorado DOT on a $1.00 40 year lease proposal and were rejected. To move more people than the width of the highway now is makes sense to go 3D and build elevated guideway and aerodynamic PV solar powered rolling swap battery/electrics. Pouring more concrete over Denver is not a full solution. Air pollution is already bad and converting to solar energy for the transportation fleet would improve the general health of children in Denver. Each guideway with 1.3 passengers per car would carry 9000 passengers per hour per direction.

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