A Way Forward

Safer Roads & Less Traffic

A Way Forward is a coalition of business organizations throughout the state who called on the state legislature to develop a bipartisan solution to ensure Colorado has safer roads and less traffic.

We applaud the passage of SB 21-260 and thank Governor Polis as well as bill sponsors Speaker Garnett, Majority Leader Fenberg, Senator Winter, and Representative Gray.

A Way Forward Transportation Summit

A Way Forward | In the News

$5.3 billion transportation funding bill heads to Gov. Polis
Colorado Senate eases environmental study rules, approves $5.3B transportation bill
Colorado legislators offer first look at transportation funding draft bill
Legislative leaders finally reveal details of Colorado transportation-funding plan
The time to act on transportation is now
Infrastructure pivotal to recovery
Compromise or bust
New report shows price drivers pay for shoddy transportation funding
Legislative leaders agree to put general-fund money into transportation-funding package
Calling Republicans to the table on transportation
Colorado business coalition offers framework for $5 billion transportation-funding plan
Business coalition seeks to untie knot of road funding and the governor is on board
‘A Way Forward’ Announces 2021 Transportation Framework for Safer Roads, Less Congestion in Virtual Transportation Summit
INSIGHTS | Public dollars are a public good when they’re applied to public roads
Paving the road — literally — to recovery
New federal funding revs up discussions on Colorado’s long-term transportation plan
Floyd Hill I-70 improvement work to begin in 2021
THE ROAD AHEAD: Why it may be the ideal time to repair Colorado’s broken transportation funding system
Highway director talks 10-year wish list with Colorado Concern
What we spend on roads is overly complicated
Colorado’s alternative transportation solution is up for a hearing
Three dozen Colorado groups want lawmakers to prioritize roads
Three dozen Colorado groups want lawmakers to prioritize roads

A Way Forward | Executive Committee

Mike Kopp, Chair – President & CEO, Colorado Concern

Tony Milo, Vice Chair– Executive Director, Colorado Contractors Association

Gary Arnold – Business Manager, Denver Pipefitters Local 208

Kelly Brough – President & CEO, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

Dave Davia – Executive Vice President & CEO, Rocky Mountain Mechanical Contractors Association

Greg Fulton – President, Colorado Motor Carriers Association

Elizabeth Peetz – VP of Government Affairs, Colorado Association of REALTORS

Jake Swanton – Public Policy for Rockies Region and SW, Lyft

A Way Forward | Coalition Members

To get involved in the coalition, contact us today.

A Way Forward | Contact Us

Jenn Penn