The Daily Sentinel (Grand Junction): With an additional $500 million in its budget each year for the next several years, the Colorado Department of Transportation unveiled an accountability strategy that will streamline projects, increase transparency and ensure work directly benefits residents.
CDOT released its strategy Friday during a Club 20 event in Grand Junction. CDOT Executive Director Shoshanna Lew, Transportation Commissioner Kathy Hall and State Sen. Ray Scott led the announcement.
“I am pleased that CDOT is demonstrating serious commitment to these priorities,” Hall said.
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