The Denver Post reports that CDOT snagged another tech partner at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. The agency is “teaming up with the data scientists at Denver-based Galvanize [link added], a tech educator and startup space for entrepreneurs. In a unique partnership . . . , CDOT employees are expected to gain data-science skills while Galvanize professors and students pour through state transportation data to figure out better ways to attack Colorado traffic congestion — at no cost to taxpayers.” At last week’s show in Las Vegas, CDOT also formed a partnership with Panasonic to turn a segment of I-70 into a smart highway.