Report findings show need for road, bridge fixes in Northern Colorado

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Email PrintDriving on roads in Northern Colorado costs the average driver $1,396 per year in extra vehicle operating costs, according to a report released Wednesday by TRIP, a nonprofit based in Washington D.C. The costs, according to the report, are a result of roads in need of repair, lost time and fuel due to congestion-related delays, and the costs of traffic crashes in which roadway features likely were a contributing factor.…