Traffic & Transportation
Traffic and Transportation
City traffic engineering services include a range of transportation-related components, including traffic signals, traffic signs, pavement markings and crosswalks.
The Public Works Department is responsible for the operations and maintenance of all City traffic signals and school beacons. The department updates traffic signal timing and coordination to minimize delays and maximize the flow of traffic through and around the City.
Public Works regularly inspects traffic and street signs for condition and functionality, replacing faded or damaged signs from vandalism or traffic accidents.
Pavement markings and striping
Pavement markings are used to regulate and provide guidance to vehicles traveling within the public right-of-ways. Public Works also maintains the striping on the streets including the double yellow down and white lane striping. The department generally re-stripes streets in the spring.
To protect pedestrians, crosswalk markings and stop bars are repainted on an as-needed basis as part of the Public Works’ annual maintenance program.
Issues and Maintenance of I-25
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) maintains I-25. To report questions, comments, or concerns (such as garbage on the highway), contact CDOT directly. Or, join the thousands of volunteers who help keep Colorado beautiful by picking up litter along our highways. Check out CDOT’s Adopt a Highway program!