Performance Overview

The general assembly requires that the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) be required to create and maintain a searchable revenue and expenditure database and that is accessible online. The database must include all CDOT revenues, as well as each expenditures made including the gross year-to-date payments made to the employee

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Use the interactive CDOT calculator to see how much you contribute each year to keep Colorado’s transportation system moving. 
Learn about CDOT highway projects currently underway in Colorado, including financial facts, expected construction dates and map locations.
Monitor CDOT’s progress in spending what has been budgeted for road construction projects and maintenance activities this fiscal year.
CDOT maintains 9,146 miles of highways across the state. Colorado motorists drove 28.1 billion miles on these roads in 2012.
Traffic congestion in Colorado costs drivers $1.35 billion annually in delays and fuel; an average of $913 per person in the Denver area.
CDOT maintains 3,437 bridges statewide to keep them safe and in good repair for the traveling public.

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