Since 2007, Colorado has gained over 800,000 people yet state spends less on roads per person than it did back then. This has now put Colorado over a decade behind on our infrastructure needs. It is imperative that your elected officials find more funding within our current budget and allocate those funds directly to our roads, bridges, highways that you and I use daily. We also need to start monitoring the costs of funding and subsidizing mass transit and commuter bike lanes which over 90% of the Colorado population do not use.

I am not in favor of toll roads or more excessive taxes. 

GEORGETOWN, CO, JULY 6 – A sign at the Lawson exit of Interstate 70 warned holiday travelers of the delay ahead leading into Denver. Traffic delays from the Eisenhower through Georgetown and on into Idaho Springs caught drivers going about 5 mph. (The Denver Post Photo by John Leyba) I-70