Missouri senator Mike Kehoe (Repub, Jefferson City) who sponsored the bill (SB752) to allow tolls on I-70 says it is effectively blocked in the state senate transport committee. He is quoted in the StLouis Post Dispatch he'd most surprised fit he bill moves further this year.
Colorado DOT and a so called High Performance Transportation Enterprise of the state are seeking private sector proposals for improving travel in the I-70 Mountain Corridor west of Denver toward Silverthorne, Vail and Eagle. They are looking for competitive proposals to an unsolicited proposal from transit specialist Parsons.
Missouri DOT pushing to rebuild, modernize, widen 200 miles of I-70 with toll concession - legislature must OKBy Peter Samuel on November 30, 2011
Missouri department of transportation (MoDOT) is pushing the state legislature to support their move to get 200 miles, 320km of MO/I-70 rebuilt and widened with a longterm toll concession or public private partnership (P3).
The US department of transport is supporting a bunch of new toll projects under the rubric of Corridors of the Future (CoF), part of their larger anti-congestion initiative. The CoF grant money is relatively small but more important may be US priority in permitting.