Colorado River (Green) Bridge Replacement on I-70 Frontage Road in Dotsero

September 13, 2011 - PUBLIC MEETING AND OPEN HOUSE - Northwestern Colorado/CDOT Region 3 - EAGLE COUNTY – The Colorado Department of Transportation is hosting an open house and public meeting to share information about the upcoming project to replace the Dotsero Colorado River (Green) Bridge, located on the I-70 Frontage Road in Dotsero.

CDOT is beginning the design phase of on this bridge replacement project. The existing structure, built in 1935, is scheduled to be replaced by spring 2014 through the Colorado Bridge Enterprise (CBE)*.

Agencies, residents, businesses and other stakeholders are invited to join the project team:

Wednesday, September 28,

5 P.M. to 7 P.M. (a formal presentation will be given from 5:30 to 6 PM)

Eagle County Building, Garden Level Classroom

500 Broadway, Eagle, CO


For additional project information, please contact Siri Roman, Project Manager, at (970) 328-6385 or [email protected].

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*The Colorado Bridge Enterprise (CBE) was formed in 2009 as part of the FASTER (Funding Advancement for Surface Transportation and Economic Recovery) legislation. It operates as a government-owned business within the Colorado Department of Transportation. The Colorado Transportation Commission serves as the Colorado Bridge Enterprise Board. The purpose of the CBE is to finance, repair, reconstruct and replace bridges designated as structurally deficient or functionally obsolete, and rated “poor." In order to accomplish this goal, a bridge safety surcharge ranging from $13 to $32 has been imposed on vehicle registration based upon vehicle weight. Revenues from the bridge safety surcharge fee are phased in over a three-year period, and are estimated to generate approximately $100 million in annual funding. For more information, log onto: