Watch E-470 Now: 2019 Fall Edition
We have been hard at work preparing for our Road Widening Project! Barriers were installed to create a safe work zone for crews in the area, and bridge expansion and earthwork activities began in late June. Next on the agenda is southbound asphalt paving operations slated to occur between 6th Parkway (soon to be renamed Stephen D. Hogan Parkway) and Quincy Avenue. Relocation of the northbound E-470 on- and off-ramps at Quincy Avenue is also in progress.

Keep our roadside workers safe! Go slow in the cone zone, and watch for signage. Learn more about the road widening, sign up for construction updates and more on the project webpage.
This summer, CDOT kicked off work in the I-70 mountain corridor on the addition of a 12-mile westbound Express Lane between the Veterans Memorial Tunnels and the US Highway 40 and I-70 interchange. The shoulder lane will function as an Express Lane during peak travel periods and as an extra-wide shoulder during non-peak periods. Learn more about the project. 
We are proud to be a piece of the transportation puzzle for Colorado citizens, and we are continuously working to better serve our customers and communities. In 2018, E-470 expanded our regional connectivity to improve mobility in Commerce City, Denver, and Parker, and we broadened our ExpressToll Rewards partnerships to include new savings opportunities. We are excited to continue working with CDOT and HPTE to provide tolling services for all Colorado Express Lanes and create a seamless driving experience for Colorado drivers.  See more in the 2018 E-470 Annual Report.
One of our seven core values is Partnership. We value our partnership with Arapahoe County and the City of Aurora on the Stephen D. Hogan Parkway Project. This local effort honors the late Steve Hogan, our former E-470 Executive Director, E-470 Board Member, and Aurora Mayor. The Parkway connects 6th Avenue and 6th Parkway off E-470, providing easy access to Buckley Air Force Base and to better accommodate increased travel demands in the area. Get more information. 
Our nonprofit E-470 Transportation Safety Foundation has had a busy year! This spring, we hosted a car seat safety event at our headquarters, providing free car seat checks for 20 families. We would like to thank Colorado State Patrol and Aurora Fire Rescue for providing the car seat inspections and helping us put on a successful event.
This summer, the Foundation held our biennial golf tournament fundraiser. Thanks to the support of generous partners, the Foundation raised funds to support Colorado transportation safety initiatives for the next two years.

The E-470 Transportation Safety Foundation increased our support of after prom safety at 23 local high schools and awarded grants to eight local nonprofits this year. Thank you to all grant recipients for aiding local safety through  teen and impaired driving education,  transportation safety for seniors and veterans, as well as car seat safety in our local communities. See more on the Foundation's webpage.
Did you know that E-470 is a political subdivision of the state of Colorado? Learn more on the 
E-470 Fact Sheet. We are completely owned and operated in the state, and our staff sure know how to throw down Colorado style! In July, some of our team took a Saturday trip to climb Mount Quandary and experience the beauty of Colorful Colorado.
Many students are getting back on the road for school! Commit to your student's driving education and roadway safety by enrolling in the Alive at 25 program held at the 
E-470 headquarters. As part of the E-470 Transportation Safety Foundation, the Authority hosts half-day courses instructed by Colorado State Patrol to prevent dangerous traffic violations, collisions, and fatalities of drivers age 15 to 24. Sign up with Alive at 25.
On September 1, the
E-470 Headquarters address is changing from 22470 E. 6th Pkwy. to 22470 E. Stephen D. Hogan Pkwy. You can still find us in the same place, only with a different street name. We are honored to commemorate Mayor Hogan's impact on our road and community.
See the full address.
When driving on Colorado tolling facilities, if you don't have an ExpressToll account, you automatically become a License Plate Toll customer. Learn what it means to be a License Plate Toll customer and how billing statements are received by watching a short video.
Take the next exit for Colorado toll road savings! ExpressToll customers receive the lowest rates on all Colorado toll facilities and save over 35% on
E-470. For a chance to win a $600 prize, sign up using promo code SAVE$.
Still have a hard-case transponder? It's time to trade it in! Upgrade to afree sticker tag by October 30, 2019 to receive better readability and service, and a chance to win a $500 prize pack! Visit the vehicles section of your ExpressToll account to order the sticker tag and automatically be entered to win. Log in to upgrade.
Vanpool? More like Vancool! Check out this new carpool for savings initiative to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality throughout the Denver Metro region. Learn more and sign up with Commuting Solutions.
Do you drive alone or in a two-person carpool on I-25 North? You could be eligible for Amazon gift cards, free bus passes, and more! Learn more and sign up with Smart Commute Metro North.
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