Monday, March 14, 2016

New I-25 Courtesy Patrol

Image Credit: CDOT
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has agreed to fund and staff a Courtesy Patrol along northern I-25 between the Highway 66 and Highway 14 (Mulberry) exits. The service started March 7th and is staffed by one roving vehicle during the peak AM & PM commute hours (6:30 am to 9:00 am and 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm), Monday through Friday.

The purpose of the CDOT Courtesy Patrol service will be to provide assistance to stranded motorists on I-25 with the following issues, running out of gas, jumping a dead battery, fixing a flat tire moving a vehicle out of danger.

The CDOT Safety Partner vehicle is a red truck with blue and white signage that clearly identifies the vehicle to the public. It will operate on a roving basis and can only be dispatched by CDOT. The public cannot contact the Safety Partner directly.

For a news article by 9News on the courtesy patrol, click here: CDOT providing free roadside assistance in N. Colorado

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