About CDOT

Local Government Liaison

local gov't imageThe function of CDOT’s Local Government Liaisons is to enhance and improve the Transportation Commission and CDOT’s relationship with local governments.  Local governments are one of CDOT’s most active and vocal constituencies because the transportation planning process is a locally driven, grass-roots effort. The impacts of transportation issues and projects are often felt the greatest at the local level.  The Local Government Liaisons provide strategic and analytical support from a policy perspective to the Executive Director, Executive Management Team and Transportation Commission on transportation issues of concern to local governments.  The position also helps to communicate to local governments the issues being considered by the Transportation Commission and how those issues may impact individual local communities.

For specific questions, please contact:

VACANT, Local Government Liaison covering CDOT Regions 1 and 3 at (303) 757-9105.

Aaron Greco, Local Government Liaison covering CDOT Regions 2, 4 and 5 at (303) 757-9755 or [email protected]

If an elected official keeps only one CDOT number in his/her contact list, it should be (303)757-9772,  the number of the Office of Policy & Government Relations.

The office staff will research your questions, visit with your constituents, or help explain the various transportation processes in layman's terms.

Contact Us

Herman Stockinger
Director

303-757-9077

Olivia Martinez
Office Manager
303-757-9065
303-757-9656 Fax

Jennifer Uebelher
Transportation Commission Liaison
303-757-9025


Legislative Liaison
303-757-9703

Aaron Greco
Local Liaison
303-757-9755

Thomas Lorz
Research & Communications Coordinator
303-757-9084

Mary Frances Nevans
Rules, Policies, and Records Administrator
303-757-9723

Marie Nakagawa
Policy Advisor
303-757-9441

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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