Yep, Belleview and Quebec. There's also one in Stapleton, on Quebec and 35th or 36(ish) ? If you entered the intersection when it was yellow, you should be fine. If you entered it when it was red or if you come to a stop in crosswalk, is when you'll get a ticket. Good news is, it does not affect your points. Paying the money, still sucks but it does not affect your points on your license at all
Unless they actually serve you in person, just toss photo radar tickets in the trash.
Which do you avoid at all cost?
Colfax at 225 during rush hour. You'll get trapped for a good 45mins. Time to think of your mistake.
Where do I begin: I76 and 96th Ave
I-76 and 88th Ave, sadly, those are my only options to come home at night
64th and 6&85 in Commerce City, 7 way intersection that can be a nightmare
Alameda and I-25, but I have to go through it twice a week in the semi
Dahlia and 88th traffic backups on 88th from Colorado Blvd more than 1.5 miles during afternoon rush hour
Santa Fe, Alameda I25 area is always a nightmare
Now 6th going west off i25 is always backed up. Denver does a horrid job of any road work, I expect that to carry over to the big i70 project
6th Ave is screwed because the designer of the exit to Federal assumed Denver motorists have a brain, and are able to comprehend lanes and signs
I am terrified of this thought...
Anyone remember "T-Rex"? That took a decade from my memory...
Ah yes, good ol' T-Rex
Well whichever Moron decided the new on ramp from Santa Fe to I-25 was going to help with traffic needs to be shot along with the idiot that thought going from 4 lanes to 2 on 225 at the Dam hitting I-25
Do you like the new traffic signals installed at the bottom of the ramp, they will be activated soon
Interesting, didn't read the whole article but they were 3.2% under budget and 22 months early by completion.
I guess you are (relatively) new to the area, welcome - along with everyone else that seems to be new to the area, hah!
A little insight, one reason they came in under budget and early, the trucking companies used to haul dirt, used primarily illegal immigrants without CDL's and worked them around the clock, any hours the companies wanted to work, there were trucks available. After one accident, Colorado State Patrol began stopping everyone of the trucks at random and checking the status and license of the driver.
I think that's still the plan .. Although I liked the plan of turning i70 into a boulevard and basically creating a super highway north that was 16 lanes
When I was reading about the i70 project I read that the i70 and brighton area is the most polluted zip code in the country
Actually, it's a much larger area, the new office park they built at 50th and Washington, is built on the site of an old smelter and zinc mill. Pretty much anything from 58th on the North, I-25 on the West, Vasquez on the East and 20th on the South, including all of Rhino is horribly polluted, no matter how much they try to clean it up, they will never get it all. I moved here in '78, I remember when the remnents of the smelter plant was still there, the old towers and such weren't torn down till the early 2000's.
I'm waiting to see if I get a photo-ticket from 6th on to SE Speer. The car in front of me slowed almost to a stop as they were exiting the intersection (with no one in front of them). It almost seemed like they did it on purpose. I didn't know till then about the photo-ticketing, there.
Photo radar and intersection camera's must be served in person, just toss the tickets.