KUSA reports, “Drivers who travel on I-25 and U.S. 36 Express Lanes, and plan to use the lanes for carpooling, can now get the switchable HOV passes for free. In a release, the director of the High Performance Transportation Enterprise . . . says the free pass is one less obstacle for drivers. Previously, transponders cost $15 for all drivers, but CDOT says the change was made to make carpooling easier for people who do it every day.” [Link inserted.]
The Denver Post also reports.