Interstate 70 is Colorado’s main artery into the mountains. It dumps millions of tourists, cars, and mag chloride into the communities along its corridor. Concern over how the I-70 corridor is managed and improved have a coalition of 31 local governments and businesses thinking regionally. They are exploring the best way to get organized to ensure their preferred alternative for a corridor transportation plan are on the table.
The coalition will meet in Glenwood on Sept. 15 to discuss funding mechanisms to support the regional partnership and ultimately to support their preferred future for the corridor.