The Western Slope Wildlife Prioritization Study (WSWPS) emerged from a commitment to increased collaboration between CDOT and Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) to address wildlife conflicts on roads. The study's objective involved identifying wildlife highway conflict areas where targeted mitigation could have the greatest impact on reducing WVCs. To meet this objective, the mule deer and elk to make cross-highway movements, particularly during migration or within winter range. This report includes a decision-support framework and tools to guide mitigation implementation in the highest advance the outcomes of this research., Julia Kintsch, Pat Basting, Meredith McClure, and Jim O. Clarke., "April 2019.", "Prepared by Jacobs in association with ECO-resolutions and Conservation Science Partners, Inc. ", Includes bibliographical references (pages 32-34), Final research report No. CDOT-SPR SW01-828., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed September 2019)
Cover title., Appendix A. Maps of WTTN states -- appendix B. WTTN highway supersegment reports: data & sample adequacy -- appendix C. WTTN highway deficiency results -- appendix D. Performance results -- appendix E. WTTN intermodal facilities maps -- appendix F. Menu of solutions., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
The purpose of the Wetlands Program Book is to document critical information needed to implement the Colorado Department of Transportation's (CDOT) Wetlands Program. The mission of CDOT's Wetlands Program is to provide technical assistance for transportation project development and construction in order to minimize potential negative impacts to the state's wetlands and aquatic ecosystems., "Last updated September 2013.", Bibliography: pages 29-33., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed May 2014)
The Winter Performance Index is a method of quantifying winter storm events and the DOTs response to them It is a valuable tool for evaluating the States maintenance practices, performing post-storm analysis, training maintenance personnel, and identifying potential areas of cost savings and improved performance., Colin Walsh., "January 2016.", Report No. CDOT-2016-02., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2016)
The purpose of this review is to assess the effectiveness and consistency of Work zone safety and mobility (WZSM) policies and practices for design, construction, maintenance and operations. The WZSM Process Review Team assessed the effectiveness and work towards consistent implementation and better understanding of current policies and practices throughout CDOT. The focus of this WZSM Process Review is to improve the safety and efficiency of work zones., "March 18, 2013.", Includes index., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2018)
The purpose of this handbook is to present basic guidelines for work zone traffic control. The requirements in this handbook apply to construction, utility, and maintenance work zones., March 2013., Includes index., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover, viewed November 2015.
The purpose of this handbook is to present basic guidelines for work zone traffic control. The requirements in this handbook apply to construction, utility, and maintenance work zones., Title from the cover page of the PDF., "March 2005 (Rev. 1, Sept. 2005).", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is currently investigating approaches to reduce the frequency and severity of work-related injuries. The incident rates for CDOT are significantly higher than those achieved by some private organizations and comparable DOTs., Cover title., "December 2009.", "Report No. CDOT-2009-12, Final Report.", "Sponsored by the Colorado Department of Transportation In Cooperation with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
The purpose of this study was to quantify the initial design life of a roadways pavement prior to rehabilitation and provide specific performance information through the analysis of pavement management data and historical experience. The analyzed data may be used to estimate the initial life of a pavement which can be incorporated into the LCCA within CDOTs M-E Pavement Design Guide. It will also provide guidance to CDOT and subcontractors in determining the cost-effectiveness of different pavement designs, construction and maintenance costs., Melody A. Perkins, Jay E. Goldbaum., "July 2014.", Prepared in cooperation with the US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration., Bibliography: page 15., Report No. CDOT-2014-10., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed April 2016)