Available below are speaking points, the I-70 Coalition brochure and past press releases. The Coalition leadership is happy to speak to the media and can be reached at the numbers below.
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New Site Aims to Ease Congestion - January 2010
Reality of I-70 Timeline - March 2009
Plans to Impact Winter Driving Season - January 2009
Why Don't You Just.....? - October 2008
Lots of Efforts, Lots of Stakeholders - July 2008
I-70 Coalition Press Releases (PDF format)
- New Site Dedicated to I70 Traveler - November 2009
- Strategy to Relieve Congestion - March 2009
- Land Use Transing Study Complete - February 2009
- Reality Check for I-70 Timeline - Nov 2008
- Coalition Hires Staff to Address Short Term Solutions - Oct 2008
- Holiday Weekend Driving Tips - June 2008
- Coalition Membership Extends to State Line- April 2008
- Land Use Transit Study Underway- March 2008
- Holiday Weekend Travel Tips - Feb 2008
- Coalition Supports CDOT's Pilot Towing Service - Jan 2008
- Coalition Members Appointed to CDOT Collaborative Team - 10/07
- Coalition Launches Website & eNewletter - 08/07
- Coalition Selects New Chair, Vice-Chair for '07 - 01/11/07
- Letter to the Editor
- TDM Document Released - 5/15/06
- Director Hired - 3/21/06
- I-70 Coalition Forms - 10/18/04
- Download the I-70 Coalition Brochure (pdf)
- I-70 Coalition Speaking points - 2 pages
- I-70 Coalition Speaking points - 1 page
I-70 Coalition Contacts for Media:
- Margaret Bowes, Program Manager, 970-389-4347
- Michael Penny, Chair, 970-668-9123
The I-70 Coalition is excited to offer GoI70.com, THE resource to help you plan a delay-free trip, and learn other ways you can be a part of the I-70 solution. Do you want to know the best resources to get real time road and traffic information? Want to know the best times to travel I-70, find an extra rider to share expenses, get info on a ski bus, or a good deal on dinner or an overnight stay? It is all at GoI70.com.
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Did You Know…
More than 200 recreational sites are within six miles of the I-70 mountain corridor including 15 ski areas. (Source: CDOT)