Vision for Durango interchange lacks one thing: Money

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Vision for Durango interchange lacks one thing: Money

CDOT director calls for solution to transportation funding shortfall
Looking south: U.S. Highway 550 winds up the steep Farmington Hill from U.S. Highway 160 east of Durango.
The Colorado Department of Transportation has plans to connect U.S. Highway 550 to the south end of the bridge that goes over U.S. Highway 160 in the Grandview area.
Shailen Bhatt, executive director of the Colorado Department of Transportation, left, Sidny Zink, CDOT transportation commission for District 8, center, and Mike McVaugh, CDOT tranportation manager for Region 5, discuss the vision for transportation in Southwest Colorado and the future of funding for Colorado’s roadways Tuesday near the U.S. 160/550 Grandview Interchange. Bhatt said there must be a statewide solution to address the $10 billion in priority projects across the state.

Vision for Durango interchange lacks one thing: Money

Looking south: U.S. Highway 550 winds up the steep Farmington Hill from U.S. Highway 160 east of Durango.
The Colorado Department of Transportation has plans to connect U.S. Highway 550 to the south end of the bridge that goes over U.S. Highway 160 in the Grandview area.
Shailen Bhatt, executive director of the Colorado Department of Transportation, left, Sidny Zink, CDOT transportation commission for District 8, center, and Mike McVaugh, CDOT tranportation manager for Region 5, discuss the vision for transportation in Southwest Colorado and the future of funding for Colorado’s roadways Tuesday near the U.S. 160/550 Grandview Interchange. Bhatt said there must be a statewide solution to address the $10 billion in priority projects across the state.
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