The High Plains Highway is a 222-mile corridor that begins near Kit Carson and ends at I-80 in Nebraska. It was identified as a corridor connector in the Eastern Colorado Mobility Study. The High Plains Highway Corridor Coalition (HPHC) -a formal association of towns and counties along the corridor - asked the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to assist the member communities in developing a plan for the corridor to anticipate and prioritize future corridor transportation needs.
The purpose of this report is to document Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) techniques on IBRD (Innovative Bridge Research and Development) project 102470 for the construction of Bridge N-16-Q on State Highway 69 over Turkey Creek. The project demonstrated faster pier erection by utilizing precast pier caps to eliminate concrete cure time from the critical path in the construction schedule.
This informative booklet has been prepared as a reference guide for private water well owners throughout the state. In it you will find basic information concerning the groundwater that is supplied to you from your private water well. Also included are some handy to such as a water well troubleshooting guide, a water treatment decision guide, a glossary of terms, and links to helpful Internet web sites that deal with water issues.
IDEA 2004 specifically requires each State to meet the mandates of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (McKinney-Vento Act) as a condition of receiving federal special education funding. There are three purposes for this guidance: (1) to summarize Colorado's statutory requirements regarding homeless students; (2) to identify what some of the effects of homelessness may be for students with disabilities and how to mitigate those effects; and (3) to provide information about resources that may help special education directors comply with federal and state homelessness laws.