Presented to the Transportation Legislation Review Committee at its July 2017 meeting.
Presented to the Transportation Legislation Review Committee durings its July 2017 tour.
Presented to the Transportation Legislation Review Committee during its August 2017 tour.
The purpose of the CDC final report is to provide annual and historical information on the capital development process. The 2017 final report provides a complete summary of all capital construction and controlled maintenance appropriations during the 2017 session. A five-year history and three...
This issue brief describes autonomous vehicles, discusses current federal and state policy regarding those vehicles, and notes future policy considerations.
The rise in distracted driving, often associated with ever-present smart phones and mobile devices, has been identified as a cause and contributing factor to automobile crashes. This issue brief gives an overview of state and federal regulations on the issue.
Senate Bill 17-267, enacted during the 2017 legislative session, changes many aspects of fiscal policy for the state. This issue brief summarizes the bill’s principal components.
This issue brief discusses the vehicle emissions testing program in Colorado.
The purchase of goods and services by most executive branch agencies in Colorado is generally governed by the state procurement code and rules (code and rules). The code and rules are designed to ensure the fair treatment of people seeking to do business with the state, to foster broad-based...
This memorandum summarizes the capital construction, controlled maintenance, and capital information technology (IT) project recommendations for FY 2017-18.
Presented to the Joint Transportation Committee on December 22, 2016.
Presented to the Joint Transporation Committee at its December 22, 2016, meeting.
Public-private partnerships have become integral to developing infrastructure in Colorado and across the country. This issue brief describes public-private partnerships and summarizes public-private partnership law in Colorado.
This memorandum provides an overview of the recovery of damages for loss of use by rental vehicle companies and various state laws that prohibit or limit the recovery of these damages.
This memorandum provides information about vacant buildings owned by the state of Colorado, as reported by the Office of State Architect (OSA) in December 2016. There are currently 129 state-owned vacant buildings managed by four state departments and four institutions of higher education....