Colorado DOT sees rail as fix for I-70 traffic problems

09/14/2010 | KCNC-TV (Denver) · Denver Daily News

Improving Interstate 70 in Colorado may require an investment of a different sort: in railroads. The Colorado Transportation Department has issued a report on improving traffic in the region, and high-speed rail is among the solutions. One possible plan, which would include passenger rail and a project to widen the highway, is expected to cost $20 billion.

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