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Where We’ve Been and What We’ve Learned

Where we’ve been

This summer, CDOT has traveled to each of our 64 counties to talk with people about their transportation issues and goals at the local level. To ground these meetings with data, CDOT came prepared with presentations to spark discussion. To see what was discussed in your county, check out the presentations below.

We are also continuing to hold meetings throughout the state at the Transportation Planning Region (bundles of counties) level. These TPR meetings are also utilizing map-based presentations to ground discussion. Information from the digital survey and the county meetings are also available to review in the corridor summary sheets for each TPR. Take a look, and see what we learned from traveling the state and speaking to Coloradans like you.


What we learned about our counties

To ground the conversations we held at each of the state’s 64 counties, CDOT prepared presentations that provided an overview of each county’s transportation conditions. Applicable safety, economic, and multimodal factors like: average daily traffic, floodplains, major employers, locations of community centers, bicycle traffic and crashes, and freight corridors were displayed in map form. Links to these presentations are available for review below.

What we learned from our Transportation Planning Regions

To make planning and funding decisions, groups of counties are formed into transportation planning regions (TPRs), where elected officials are in charge of allocating funding and establishing priorities. After holding meetings with all 64 counties, information and feedback learned at those meetings, and from the online transportation survey (available to take here) were presented to the state’s 15 TPRs. You can see the presentations and feedback summary sheets for each TPR below.


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