Colorado Department of Transportation's (CDOT) Transportation Summit is the largest gathering of the transportation sector in the state of Colorado. For five years, the CDOT has gathered the business community, local governments, and transportation-related interests together under one roof to underscore the importance of a healthy and dynamic transportation system for Colorado. This year's Summit, [...]
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Saturday, September 1st to Monday, September 3rd A Denver Labor Day Tradition - A Taste of Colorado, Originally named Festival of Mountain and Plains established in 1895 as a carnival similar to New Orleans’ Mardi Gras, the festival was created to boost the city’s morale and vitality following the silver panic. In 1983, the Downtown [...]
Colorado Barricade kicked off the project at 7 pm on July 23 with lane closures and temporary striping of a new alignment for the duration of construction. Traffic was reduced to one lane in each direction from 6th Avenue to Holden Place. The new construction lane configuration opened the morning of July 24th. The target [...]
Using a combination of online courses and a comprehensive process for granting credit for prior learning, the nation’s first associate degree in Highway Maintenance Management will soon be available to students across the country. Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Front Range Community College (FRCC) have teamed up to develop the first-in-the-nation two-year Associate of [...]
Colorado Barricade crews installed a Rainbow Crosswalk at Broadway and Irvington Place in Denver. The installation of the Rainbow Crosswalk kicks off Pride Parade festivities with Mayor Hancock cutting the ribbon for the crosswalk on Friday, June 15th. Buffalo Exchange Colorado, the Baker Broadway Merchant Association and the Office of Councilman Jolon Clark raised more [...]
On June 9th Ropers, Friends, Family, First Responders and Community members gathered at the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds for the 2nd annual 10-33 State Trooper Memorial Roping” fundraiser. This event allows community members, families and team ropers to come together and remember our fallen heroes. The 10-33 STMR gives back 100% of tax free proceeds to the families [...]
Rocky Mountain American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) Chapter Meets in Glenwood Springs
Rocky Mountain ATSSA Chapter members gathered in Glenwood Springs, CO on May 10 & 11, 2018. On Thursday, May 10, the Chapter held a quarterly board meeting and later a member social at the Glenwood Canyon Brewpub where members relaxed and networked with other industry colleagues throughout the state. ATSSA represents the road safety, traffic [...]
Saturday, May 11th, Colorado Barricade employees volunteered at Savio for the 2018 Amp the Cause Community Day. CB staffs’ hard work provided much needed mulching, trimming, weeding and painting. Savio believes in keeping children and families together, even when they are struggling with serious problems like child abuse, mental health issues, and drug abuse. Every [...]
This morning, at the North American Snow Conference general opening session, American Public Works Association (APWA) President William “Bo” Mills announced the Association’s adoption of a national Public Works First Responder symbol. The symbol is to be used throughout North America to recognize public works professionals’ federally mandated role as first responders. President George W. [...]
In support on National Work Zone Safety and Awareness Week, on April 13th Colorado Barricade hosted the Third Annual Poker and Cornhole Fundraiser benefiting the Work Zone Safety and Support Fund (WZSSF). WZSSF was established by the Associate Council of the Colorado Contractors Association (CCA) to better support the industry and the individuals and families [...]