CoPIRG Ban Roundup & CFPB Homepage 3.16.17

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Media Hit | Transportation

Officials Release US 36 Contract

The Colorado Department of Transportation has released its much-criticized contract with a private firm to operate U.S. 36 between Denver and Boulder for the next 50 years. The contract was posted Friday on CDOT's website. It wasn't previously available to the public.

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Media Hit | Transportation

CDOT releases 600-page U.S. 36 management contract for public review

A controversial pact between the state and a private firm hired to manage and collect tolls along U.S. 36 between Denver and Boulder was released to a skeptical public Friday afternoon.

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Blog Post | Transportation

CDOT releases 600 page US36 public-private partnership agreement | Danny Katz

At 4pm today, CDOT released the agreement for the US36 public-private partnership proposal.

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Blog Post | Transportation

Details Emerging on US36 Public-Private Partnership Proposal | Danny Katz

Update from Director Danny Katz on the details emerging around the US 36 Public-Private Partnership Proposal

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News Release | CoPIRG | Transportation

CoPIRG Releases Principles for Privatized Transportation Projects

As Colorado’s transportation officials pursue more and more “public-private partnerships” (PPPs) to help build and maintain roads and transit projects, CoPIRG released a set of principles that the public can use to determine if projects adequately protect the public interest. CoPIRG released the principles the week the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is holding public information sessions on a proposed PPP to build and maintain highway US 36.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Transportation

CoPIRG Lays Out 21st Century Transportation Vision for Colorado

High speed rail along the Front Range, bus rapid transit on the Western Slope and flexible, fixed –route bus services in rural cities like Sterling were some of the projects highlighted in a new report by the consumer advocacy group CoPIRG that unveiled their statewide transit vision today.

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Media Hit | Transportation

Colorado Group Lays out its vision for mass transit

A new report from the Colorado Public Interest Research Group highlights how Coloradans would benefit from improving public transit in the state.

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CBS4 Investigates Unemployement Debit Cards

Thousands of unemployed Coloradans probably don't even know their benefits are whittled away every time they buy something with their state-issued debit cards.

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News Release | CoPIRG | Budget, Tax

Colorado’s Stimulus Spending Website Ranked 4th Best

A report released today shows that Colorado’s websites designed to disseminate information about its share of the $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), are dramatically better than most other state’s websites. 

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Media Hit | Financial Reform

Rein in Wall Street

Lawmakers joined community and labor leaders yesterday to demand consumer protections against financial abuses on Wall Street.

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