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Posts Tagged ‘CDOT’

Back on the Bus: Speeding up Chicago’s Buses

Monday, November 20th, 2017
Chicago Buses - Bus speeds

As Chicago strives to become a more connected, prosperous, and equitable city, elected officials and transit agency leaders must take action to improve bus service. More than half of CTA trips in Chicago are made by bus and it’s one of the most affordable transportation options in many neighborhoods where people can’t easily access the El train. Every day, buses are connecting people to jobs, schools, and other critical services while taking up far less space on the road than private vehicles. While buses continue to play a central role in the city’s transportation system, there are signs that quality bus service is under threat in a changing transportation environment.

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Colorado DOT Never Sleeps

Thursday, August 10th, 2017

At CDOT, it’s our job to do two things in transportation: save lives and make people’s lives better.

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Jefferson County, CO: Improving the WestConnect Corridor

Monday, November 14th, 2016

This video offers an overview of the Colorado Department of Transportation’s study of the WestConnect corridor in metro Denver. Find out why the study is being undertaken, and what CDOT, the state of Colorado and the region’s visitors have to gain from an improved WestConnect corridor.

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Colorado DOT: New Technology to Keep Traffic Flowing

Monday, January 11th, 2016

The Colorado Department of Transportation introduces RoadX and HERE, two 21st-century technologies to help make driving safer and more efficient statewide.

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Colorado DOT: Why Build Express Lanes?

Thursday, February 12th, 2015

Colorado Dept. of Transportation provides informative video on the benefits of highway express lanes, which speed up traffic flow, manage congestion, and bolster revenue to transportation agencies.

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Larimer County, CO: Helicopter Delivers Rockfall Netting

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

A helicopter delivers rock-fall netting to a slope in the Red Mountain Pass – US 550 in Larimer County, CO.

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Getting Back on Track: Unlocking the Full Potential of the New Haven Line

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014
A Metro-North M8 rail car - Source: Metro-North

America’s busiest rail line is in trouble. The New Haven Line is a 60-mile stretch of track that carries commuters between New York City and Connecticut, and long-distance travelers throughout the Northeast. The line suffered two major outages in 2013, including a collision that injured 76 people and an electrical outage that shut down service on the line for more than two weeks. Delays and service disruptions due to aging infrastructure and critical repair work occur regularly, slowing travel for the line’s 125,000 daily passengers.

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Colorado’s Cache la Poudre River: History in Video

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

Scenic Byways – cdotmedia on YouTube

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Denver, CO: Pecos Street over I-70 Construction Time Lapse

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

-cdotmedia on YouTube

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CDOT: Highway of Legends – Colorado Scenic Byway

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

Enjoy the dramatic settings that have inspired tall tales among Native American nomads, Spanish explorers, and Anglo and Hispanic settlers for hundreds of years. From the impenetrable heights of the Sangre de Cristos and Spanish Peaks to the ominous redrock abutments of the Dakota Wall and the Devil’s Stairsteps, this land is truly larger than […]

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