Tag Archives: transportation

Surveys To Evaluate Public Transportation Needs

Time is running out to fill out a survey to assist the City of Craig in updating their transit development plan. As part of the update, Continue reading

Does Craig Need Public Transportation?

The City of Craig is looking to update their transit development plan and is asking the community to fill out surveys to assist with Continue reading

Bad Weather Contributed To Plane Crash

The National Transportation Safety Board has released a preliminary report concerning the plane crash that killed a Fort Collins family earlier this month. The report found the pilot, 47-year-old Jeff Makepeace was flying through high winds and low visibility when he crashed the plane 9 miles Continue reading

New Facility And Sidewalk Coming To Craig

The Craig City Council approved a site plan at their meeting Tuesday for a new Rocky Mountain Machinery sales and supply facility. The location of the 2 million dollar project will be on the south side of the Continue reading

Craig Traffic Signal Replacement Complete

The Traffic Signal Replacement Project in Craig has been completed by the Colorado Department of Transportation. The project’s goal was to improve traffic flow and to increase the safety of the roadway for Continue reading

Labor Day DUI Enforcement Underway

Colorado police officers began their annual Labor Day DUI crackdown Friday. The Increased DUI enforcement will last through Tuesday September 5th. The Colorado Department of Transportation is partnering with the State Patrol and other local law enforcement agencies to take as many impaired drivers off the roads as possible. During last years Labor Day DUI enforcement period police Continue reading

Community Assessment Looks At MOCO Poverty

The Moffat County United Way has completed a community assessment of the area that looked at poverty, unemployment, housing, transportation and other issues that impact those living in poverty. The assessment showed that more than 11% of Moffat County’s population is living below the poverty level. According to the report, between 2000 Continue reading

Carbon County Rest Area Closed

The Fort Steel rest area in Carbon County will be closed for several days to allow Wyoming Department of Transportation crews to conduct maintenance. The rest area is expected to be closed though Friday, to allow the work to take place. The Continue reading

Busy Travel Conditions For 4th Of July Weekend

A record number of Coloradans are expected to travel this Fourth of July weekend. According to AAA, 760,000 Coloradans will journey 50 miles or more from home this weekend, a 3% increase over last year. Experts attribute the increase to Colorado’s historically low unemployment Continue reading

Meeting To Talk Tri-State Ammonia Storage

There will be a meeting at the Moffat County Courthouse, Tuesday at noon, to discuss the bulk storage and transportation Continue reading

How Do People Die On Colorado Roads?

The Colorado Department of Transportation has released a report detailing the accidents that occurred in Colorado in 2015. The Problem Identification Report is used by law enforcement and traffic officials to identify Continue reading

Help CDOT Identify Potholes

Pothole season has begun.  Potholes form when snow and rain seep into a road’s foundation, decreasing its strength. When temperatures drop below freezing, the surface of the roadway becomes weak and freezes water in the Continue reading