This issue brief examines the entities and revenue sources used to administer and finance Colorado's transportation system.
Senate Bill (SB) 09-228, adopted by the General Assembly during the 2009 legislative session, creates a five-year block of statutory transfers from the General Fund to finance transportation and capital construction projects. This issue brief discusses the state law that specifies the amounts of...
This document provides a summary of transportation legislation considered by the General Assembly during the 2014 legislative session.
This document provides a summary of major motor vehicles and traffic regulation legislation considered by the General Assembly during the 2014 session.
Crime Classification Guide for Class 1 Misdemeanor Traffic Offenses
Crime Classification Guide for Class 2 Misdemeanor Traffic Offenses
This section contains a current listing of misdemeanor traffic offenses. Misdemeanor traffic offenses have two categories: class 1 and class 2. There are also five unclassified misdemeanor traffic offenses. The penalty scheme for misdemeanor traffic offenses is indicated in Table 5. In addition...
Crime Classification Guide for Unclassified Misdemeanor Traffic Offenses
Crime Classification Guide for Class A Traffic Infractions
Crime Classification Guide for Class B Traffic Infractions
This section contains a current listing of traffic infractions. Traffic infractions have two categories: class A and class B. The penalty range for the commission of a class A or class B traffic infraction is generally a $15 to $100 fine, although fines defined within the statute may exceed $100...
Crime Classification Guide for Unclassified Traffic Infractions
The state innovative motor vehicle income tax credit is intended to reduce the cost of alternative fuel vehicles and incentivize their purchase. This issue brief describes the tax credit, most recently addressed in House Bill 13-1247, and provides information on how its value is calculated.
State Highway Fund (SHF), the primary operating fund used by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to manage state transportation projects. The SHF receives revenue from the HighwayUsers Tax Fund (HUTF), various other revenue and fees, federal funds, and the General Fund. Each of...