About CDOT

Bridge Enterprise Board

The General Assembly created the Statewide Bridge Enterprise as a government-owned business within the Colorado Department of Transportation, pursuant to 43-4-805 C. R. S.

The purpose of the Bridge Enterprise is to complete designated bridge projects that involve the financing, repair, reconstruction and replacement of bridges designated as structurally deficient, functionally obsolete or rated as poor by the Colorado Department of Transportation.

The members of the Enterprise Board are the members of the Colorado Transportation Commission. All meetings of the Bridge Enterprise Board are open to the public. The records of the Bridge Enterprise Board are public records and are open for inspection, as provided by law.

The agenda will also be posted on the Commission Meeting Agenda page.

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Contact Information

For information on Bridge Enterprise meetings, minutes, scheduling, and other issues:
Zach Alexander

303-757-9025

CDOT at a Glance
  • * Maintains, repairs and plows over 23,000 total lane miles of highway
  • * Maintains 3,447 bridges
  • * Oversees 28 billion miles of vehicle travel annually
  • * Plows about 6 million lane miles each year
  • * Spends $69 million annually on snow removal
  • * Keeps over 35 mountains passes open year-round
  • * Monitors 278 of 522 avalanche paths
  • * Administers about $11 million in federal grants for transit operators and $41 million in federal aviation grants for airports
  • * Manages over $5 million in federal grants for safe driving programs
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