New website dedicated to I-70 traveler


Skiers, sightseers, residents and mountain travelers of all kinds now have a new way of planning and improving their next trip along I-70:, a website and mobile phone application (

“ is the single address that you need to plan your next trip to the Colorado high country,” says Tad Kline of the I-70 Mountain Corridor Coalition. “We have gathered together the best highway, weather, snow conditions and local information available and put it on a single web page. You can view current highway speeds, get tips for the best times to travel, or search for anything your heart desires — trailheads, shopping, parking, lodging, restaurants — anywhere along I-70 mountain corridor.”

The site includes road information from the Colorado Department of Transportation, Google and the network of GoI70 “Jackrabbits” — frequent users of the highway who post updates of current travel conditions. The Jackrabbits are part of a GoI70 social network where travelers can post their firsthand impressions of road conditions and keep up to date about what is going on along the I-70 corridor.

Since it went live just before Thanksgiving, the GoI70 website has had more than 2,300 unique visitors. Following GoI70 on Twitter lets users get up-to-the-minute information about changing highway conditions on their mobile phones.

The blog ( offers detailed travel forecasts for upcoming weekends and holidays, and tips for the best times to travel along I-70.

Travelers on the highway can text alerts on changing road conditions directly to your phone, or you can check on your smart phone for the latest highway news and current travel speeds.

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