Drivers on I-25 north of Denver could see a free lane converted to a toll lane
Would run from north of Denver to Fort Collins
Last Updated: 92 days ago
DENVER - The Colorado Department of Transportation is considering whether to convert a lane of Interstate 25 north of the metro area into a toll lane.
The Transportation Commission will review the proposal on later this month and decide in October whether to fund it.
According to the Longmont Times-Call, if approved, one lane in each direction of I-25 from 120th Street near Denver to Fort Collins would charge a toll for any non-carpool vehicle. The newspaper said no new lane would be built from Longmont southward, one of the existing lanes in each direction would be converted.
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