I’m glad to see that CDOT released the more detailed version of the agreement they are proposing to sign regarding the US36 public-private partnership. Read my previous blog for some background.
Any agreement must protect the public interest and ensure that Colorado is getting a good deal. Check here for our principles.
The devil’s in the details and that’s why we’re reviewing the documents and consulting experts as well as continuing to speak with CDOT to get the clarity we and the public need to analyze this deal.
As we learn more, we’ll post the information on our website. Feel free to contact us using our online submission form if you have specific concerns in the agreement.
Executive Director, CoPIRG
Danny has been the director of CoPIRG for over a decade. Danny co-authored a groundbreaking report on the state’s transit, walking and biking needs and is a co-author of the annual “State of Recycling” report. He also helped write a 2016 Denver initiative to create a public matching campaign finance program and led the early effort to eliminate predatory payday loans in Colorado. Danny serves on the Colorado Department of Transportation's (CDOT) Efficiency and Accountability Committee, CDOT's Transit and Rail Advisory Committee, RTD's Reimagine Advisory Committee, the Denver Moves Everyone Think Tank, and the I-70 Collaborative Effort. Danny lobbies federal, state and local elected officials on transportation electrification, multimodal transportation, zero waste, consumer protection and public health issues. He appears frequently in local media outlets and is active in a number of coalitions. He resides in Denver with his family, where he enjoys biking and skiing, the neighborhood food scene and raising chickens.