New Traction Laws in Colorado: What You Need to Know

On May 17, Governor Jared Polis signed House Bill 1207, expanding Colorado’s traction laws. As you know, driving in Colorado can be dangerous. Even our major highways, like US 6 and Interstate 70, can run through terrain at more than 11,000 feet of elevation. In fact, the Eisenhower-Johnson Tunnel, at 11,158 feet, is the highest… Read more »

Trick-or-Treating Traffic Safety

Group of children trick-or-treating walking up to a house to collect candy

October has arrived, and that means the time has come once again for children and adults to venture out in their favorite Halloween costumes and enjoy this glorious holiday. Whether you choose to be a witch, superhero, video game character, or favorite movie heroine, you’re sure to have a wonderful time with friends and family…. Read more »

Back to School and Back to the Commute

With kids back in school, you may have noticed that your commute is somewhat different than it was over the summer. More kids are on the sidewalks, more cars are on the streets, and the route that was so peaceful and calm over the summer might be just a bit more hectic than you’re accustomed… Read more »

Back to School: Understanding Traffic Laws in School Zones

Cars waiting in traffic for Robinson Secondary School students to pass with speed limit sign

The safety of our children must always be a top priority in everything that we do. Not only are children our most precious assets, but they also rely on responsible adults, who know better than they do, to fully enjoy the fun and relaxation of being young. Traffic safety is always a concern as it… Read more »