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2022 Summary Report and Final Report for the Transportation Legislation Review Committee

Transportation & Motor Vehicles
Pursuant to Section 43-2-145, C.R.S., the Transportation Legislation Review Committee (TLRC) is authorized to give guidance and direction to:
  • the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) in the development of the state transportation system and to provide legislative oversight of that development;
  • the Colorado Department of Revenue (DOR) in the licensing of drivers and registration and titling of motor vehicles; and
  • any state agency or political subdivision of the state that regulates motor vehicles or traffic, including those that impose penalties for violating traffic statutes and rules.
The committee must meet at least once each year to propose and review transportation, traffic, and motor vehicle legislation. It is permitted to review any phase of operations of CDOT, a public highway authority, or a regional transportation authority, and may require these entities to prepare and adopt long-range plans and complete financial or performance audits. The committee may also conduct a post-operation review of any project completed by these entities to determine whether it was completed in the most cost-effective and efficient manner. 
Attached below are this committees summary report and final report to the General Assembly. 
Summary Report
Final Report