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Colorado’s transportation system is the backbone of our economy, connecting both businesses to their customers and all of us to each other. …

Move Colorado Policy Principle #1: Colorado’s state and local transportation system must be adequately funded.  Do you believe the current transportation system …

To review the Colorado Department of Transportation 10-Year Vision Plan & Story Map, please click here.

As we look ahead to 2023 it is time for the Nominations Committee (our current Board of Directors) to prepare a Slate …

>>>>Click here to download the PDF of our Policy Principles<<<< As an organization that has been engaged in the transportation funding dialogue …

Coloradans depend on our transportation system to not only get them to their jobs and destinations of interest, but to move essential …

On November 15, 2021, President Biden signed the Building Back a Better America; legislation technically known as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs …

Move Colorado joined a chorus of 22 organizations and individuals testifying in support of SB22-180, Concerning Programs to Reduce Ground Level Ozone Through …

The Colorado General Assembly completed their 120-day legislative session in May 2022. This session was a race to the finish – with …

We write in strong opposition to legislation (H.R. 6787/S. 3609) introduced in Congress to suspend the federal gasoline tax. Suspending the federal …

New This Week Oppose/Seeking Amendments HB22-1138 – Gray/Herod & Winter/Hansen Bill Title: Concerning the creation of programs to reduce the number of single-occupancy …

Vehicle electrification and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions have rapidly risen to the top of transportation topics in Colorado and throughout …

Each week during the 120 day session of the Colorado General Assembly the Move Colorado Policy Committee will meet and review proposed …