Local speakers join national research group in review of road & bridge conditions, congestion, safety and costs to drivers.
Thursday, June 28. Full report available on the TRIP website at 10:00 a.m. MDT
The average driver in the Northern Colorado area loses nearly $1,700 annually as a result of driving on roads that are deteriorated, congested, and that lack some desirable safety features, according to a new report from TRIP, a national nonprofit transportation research group based in Washington, DC.
Local speakers are available in Northern Colorado to offer comments and local perspective on the findings of the report – see below for contact information to arrange interviews. TRIP spokesperson Carolyn Bonifas Kelly will also be available via phone and Skype for interviews and comments.
The report, Colorado Transportation by the Numbers: Meeting the State’s Need for Safe, Smooth and Efficient Mobility, examines road and bridge conditions, congestion, economic development, highway safety, and transportation funding in Colorado. In addition to statewide information, the report contains regional data for the Colorado Springs, Denver, Northern Colorado, Grand Junction and Pueblo areas.
Kathy Gilliland, Region Five Commissioner, Colorado Transportation Commission
Carolyn Bonifas Kelly, Associate Director of Research and Communication, TRIP