High-Performance Transportation Enterprise
Welcome to the HPTE website. Current events and announcements will be on this page so you can find them quickly and conveniently. Use the "quick links" in the box to the left to find information about our organization, solicitations, express lane projects and more. We are always interested in your feedback or questions -- drop us a line at [email protected].
Colorado HPTE – Request for Proposals - I–25 North Express Lanes Project, Segment 3
The Colorado High Performance Transportation Enterprise (“HPTE”) is soliciting Direct Bank Loan (“Loan”) proposals from qualified financial institutions to finance a portion of the construction costs associated with the I-25 North Express Lanes Project, Segment 3. This procurement will be conducted as a solicitation under HPTE’s Project Procurement Guidelines, with the selection of the winning bidder based on a proposal determined to be the most advantageous to the State of Colorado and HPTE. Click here to view the document.
HPTE Board Welcomes New Appointee and Elects Officers
On Wednesday, November 18, 2015, the Board welcomed new Governor appointee Thad Noll, who represents the I-70 Mountain Corridor area. The Governor also reappointed Don Marostica, representing the North Front Range area.Both terms run through October 11, 2019. The Board also elected new officers for two year terms. Transportation Commissioner Kathy Gilliland was elected Chair, and Don Marostica was elected Vice Chair.
CDOT names David Spector as Director of High Performance Transportation Enterprise
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) announced David Spector has been named the new Director of the High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE). Spector takes the helm from outgoing Director of HPTE, Michael Cheroutes, who served in the role as the first head of the HPTE from its inception in 2010. Spector will officially join HPTE mid-October. Click here to read the full article.
HPTE Board Adopts P3 Open Records Policy and First Amended Transparency Policy, August 19, 2015
On August 19, 2015, the High Performance Transportation Enterprise Board of Directors adopted the Open Records Policy Relating to Public Private Partnerships and First Amended Transparency Policy Relating to Public Private Partnerships. The purpose of these policies is to help stakeholders understand the sequence and timing of the release of procurement documents and to provide additional transparency for the process. Click here for the new P3 Open Records Policy, the Amended Transparency Policy and adopting Resolution.
CDOT Releases Shortlist of Teams Vying to Build the I-70 East Project
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), the High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE) and the Colorado Bridge Enterprise today announced the four teams shortlisted to continue the process of qualifying to build the I-70 East Project. Read more here.
HPTE’s first public-private partnership project was overall best value.
- Toll Rates Set for I-70 Mountain and Phase 2 of the US 36 Express Lanes - October 14, 2015
I-25 & US 36 Express Lanes Toll and Penalty Schedule
On May 20, 2015, the High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE) approved the toll rate schedule for Phase 1 of the US 36 Express Lanes Project between Federal Boulevard to 88th Street in Louisville/Superior. The rates will go into effect this summer upon the commencement of tolling services, which will be managed and operated by CDOT’s partner on US 36, Plenary Roads Denver.
Want to know more about the toll rates on the new Express Lanes on US 36 and for the existing I-25 Express Lanes? Understand more about how much the tolls will cost if you have a pass versus if you travel on the lanes with out a pass (hint: if you get a pass the toll will be much cheaper). Click here for FAQs and a presentation that outlines how to use the lanes as a solo driver who pays a toll, carpooler or bus rider.
CDOT Transportation Commission Recommends Financing I-70 East Project with Private Investment
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) Transportation Commission have decided to move forward with a Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (DBFOM) method for the finance and delivery of the I-70 East project from I-25 to Denver International Airport. More...
I-70 East Corridor Project Value for Money Analysis
This value for money analysis compares the total costs of delivering the I-70 East Corridor Project using different forms of procurement. The objectives are to identify the procurement approach which:
- Best fits within the CDOT and Colorado Bridge Enterprises' affordability envelope for the project, and
- Results in the lowest net present value of payments by CDOT and Bridge Enterprise over the lifecycle of the project and maximizes availability of Bridge Enterprise revenues to fund additional bridge replacement and rehavilitation projects.
HPTE 2014 Annual Report Now Available for Viewing
Please review the HPTE’s Annual Report for a thorough overview of our work including our activities and programs; our finances; and the status of our current projects. Also, you will find detailed information on HPTE’s new transparency policy, and how we have implemented this policy to increase opportunities for the public to participate in setting direction for transportation solutions. A guiding principle of our work continues to be a commitment to public participation and transparency. We encourage your participation in this ongoing process, and we invite your comments.
- HPTE Director & Board Members:
Kathy Gilliland - Chair
Don Marostica - Vice Chair
Governor Appointee, North Front Range Area
Governor Appointee, Denver Metro Area
Governor Appointee, I-70 Mountain Corridor Area
Governor Appointee, Pikes Peak Area