Colorado Department of Transportation
- CDOT also stands for Chicago Department of Transportation (see List of Chicago city departments).
- CDOT also stands for C-DOT organisation in India.
|Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT)|
|Headquarters||4201 E. Arkansas Avenue Denver, Colorado 80222|
|Agency executives||Don Hunt, Executive Director
Herman Stockinger, Deputy Director
Tim Harris, Chief Engineer
|Parent Agency||State of Colorado|
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT, pronounced See Dot) is the agency of state government responsible for transportation in the State of Colorado of the United States. CDOT is responsible for maintaining 9,144 mile highway system, including 3,429 bridges with over 28 billion vehicle miles of travel per year. CDOT's Mission is "To provide the best multi-modal transportation system for Colorado that most effectively moves people, goods, and information."
- 1909 - The first highway bill was passed by forming a three-member Highway Commission to approve work and allocate funds.
- 1917 - The State Highway Fund was created and the State Highway Department was formed.
- 1968 - The legislation reorganized highway matters and created the Colorado Department of Highways (CDOH) with 3 main divisions: Division of Highways, Division of Planning and Research, and Division of Patrol
- 1991 - CDOH became CDOT to better align its functions and budgets with Federal Highway Administration / U.S. Department of Transportation
 Commercial airports
 Rail Transit
 Amtrak Passenger Railroad Routes through Colorado
- California Zephyr: Chicago, Galesburg, Omaha, Fort Morgan, Denver, Winter Park, Granby, Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Salt Lake City, Reno, Sacramento, and Emeryville
- Southwest Chief: Chicago, Galesburg, Kansas City, Topeka, Lamar, La Junta, Trinidad, Albuquerque, Gallup, Flagstaff, Needles, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles
 Commuter Rail and Light Rail
 Tourist Rail
- Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad
- Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad
- Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
- Georgetown Loop Railroad
 Intercity Bus Transit
 Communities in Colorado with Regional Bus Service
Alamosa, Aurora, Boulder, Brush, Colorado Springs, Delta, Denver, Durango, Englewood, Frisco, Fort Collins, Fort Morgan, Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Greeley, Lamar, Limon, Longmont, Montrose, Pueblo, Rocky Ford, Springfield, Sterling, Trinidad, Vail, and Walsenburg
 See also
- Colorado Department of Transportation website