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Located in Safety / Alcohol and Impaired Driving / Drugged Driving
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Located in Safety / Alcohol and Impaired Driving / Drugged Driving
CDOT Breathalyzer Program to Focus on DUI Offenders
July 18, 2017 - Statewide - First-Time DUI Offenders Being Recruited to Use Smartphone Breathalyzers
Located in News / 2017 News / July
CDOT Joins Forces with CSP on Sturgis DUI Enforcement
92 agencies participating
Located in News / 2017 News / August
CDOT, Lyft and Marijuana Industry Group Join Forces to Promote Marijuana Safety
Nov. 3, 2017 -
Located in News / 2017 News / November
Colorado Band Featured in New Bilingual Impaired Driving PSA
October 5, 2016 - Transportation Safety - STATEWIDE — As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Colorado Department of Transportation is releasing a new public service announcement — in English and in Spanish — featuring rock en tu idioma band, iZCALLi.
Located in News / 2016 News Releases / 10-2016
Colorado SFST and ARIDE Programs
Located in Safety / Alcohol and Impaired Driving
Colorado Task Force on Drunk & Impaired Driving
Located in About CDOT / Committees
Colorado Task Force on Drunk & Impaired Driving
The Colorado Task Force on Drunk & Impaired Driving (CTFDID) was established by the Colorado General Assembly in 2006 in an effort to generate more collaboration and consensus for effective solutions to the impaired driving problem in Colorado. The official mission of the CTFDID is “to investigate methods of reducing incidents of drunk and impaired driving and develop recommendations for the State of Colorado regarding the enhancement of government services, education, and intervention to prevent drunk and impaired driving.”
Located in About CDOT / Committees
The Colorado Task Force on Drunk & Impaired Driving (CTFDID) was established by the Colorado General Assembly in 2006 in an effort to generate more collaboration and consensus for effective solutions to the impaired driving problem in Colorado. The official mission of the CTFDID is “to investigate methods of reducing incidents of drunk and impaired driving and develop recommendations for the State of Colorado regarding the enhancement of government services, education, and intervention to prevent drunk and impaired driving.”
Located in Safety / Alcohol and Impaired Driving
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