Heidi's Transportation Plan

Heidi’s Ten Year, Ten Billion Dollar Investment in Colorado Highways, Bridges, Tunnels, and Safety

Heidi’s Ten Year, Ten Billion Dollar Investment in Colorado Highways, Bridges, Tunnels, and Safety

Heidi’s plan:

  • Will not raise taxes
  • Requires approval by the people of Colorado
  • Is the largest private investment in Colorado transportation history
  • Will sunset in 10 years and General Assembly must match the voter’s approval
  • Starting Day 1: Heidi will initiate Public Private Partnerships, use existing CDOT money to improve rural roads, and invest in safety projects
  • 10 years, $10 billion
    • $3.5 billion TABOR-260 voter-approved projects
    • $3.5 billion general fund match of voter-approved projects
    • $3 billion public-private partnership projects

Heidi’s proposed projects:

  • $3.0 Billion – I-25 Managed Lane/Bus Transit Investments (Castle Rock to Ft. Collins)
    • $1.5 Billion – TABOR-260 Funds and General Fund
    • $1.5 Billion – Public Private Partnership Funds
  • $1 Billion – Statewide Rural Pavement Program
  • $1 Billion – I-70 Mountain Corridor
  • $1 Billion – Local Road Investments for Cities and Counties
  • $900 Million – I-270 (Managed Lane/Bus Transit)
    • $700 Million – Public Private Partnership Funds
    • $200 Million – TABOR-260 Funds
  • $760 Million – Additional Public Private Partnership Projects
  • $530 Million – Powers Blvd Expressway (Colorado Springs)
  • $300 Million – Bridges and Tunnels
  • $250 Million – US HWY 85 Corridor (Adams and Weld Counties)
  • $250 Million – Douglas County Road Improvements
  • $250 Million – Jefferson County Road Improvements
  • $250 Million – Arapahoe County Road Improvements
  • $200 Million – US HWY 34 Improvements (Northern Colorado)
  • $200 Million – Cottonwood Pass County Road Improvement Funding for Eagle and Garfield Counties
  • $50 Million – New exit on I-70 in Summit County
  • $30 Million – Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
  • $20 Million – Staffing for Transportation Projects
  • $20 Million – Study on 3rd Bore for Eisenhower Tunnel
  • $10 Million – Study on 29 Road in Grand Junction

 

Heidi’s plan:

  • Will not raise taxes
  • Requires approval by the people of Colorado
  • Is the largest private investment in Colorado transportation history
  • Will sunset in 10 years and General Assembly must match the voter’s approval
  • Starting Day 1: Heidi will initiate Public Private Partnerships, use existing CDOT money to improve rural roads, and invest in safety projects
  • 10 years, $10 billion
    • $3.5 billion TABOR-260 voter-approved projects
    • $3.5 billion general fund match of voter-approved projects
    • $3 billion public-private partnership projects

Heidi’s proposed projects:

  • $3.0 Billion – I-25 Managed Lane/Bus Transit Investments (Castle Rock to Ft. Collins)
    • $1.5 Billion – TABOR-260 Funds and General Fund
    • $1.5 Billion – Public Private Partnership Funds
  • $1 Billion – Statewide Rural Pavement Program
  • $1 Billion – I-70 Mountain Corridor
  • $1 Billion – Local Road Investments for Cities and Counties
  • $900 Million – I-270 (Managed Lane/Bus Transit)
    • $700 Million – Public Private Partnership Funds
    • $200 Million – TABOR-260 Funds
  • $760 Million – Additional Public Private Partnership Projects
  • $530 Million – Powers Blvd Expressway (Colorado Springs)
  • $300 Million – Bridges and Tunnels
  • $250 Million – US HWY 85 Corridor (Adams and Weld Counties)
  • $250 Million – Douglas County Road Improvements
  • $250 Million – Jefferson County Road Improvements
  • $250 Million – Arapahoe County Road Improvements
  • $200 Million – US HWY 34 Improvements (Northern Colorado)
  • $200 Million – Cottonwood Pass County Road Improvement Funding for Eagle and Garfield Counties
  • $50 Million – New exit on I-70 in Summit County
  • $30 Million – Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
  • $20 Million – Staffing for Transportation Projects
  • $20 Million – Study on 3rd Bore for Eisenhower Tunnel
  • $10 Million – Study on 29 Road in Grand Junction

 

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