Colorado has a new law allowing the state DOT to monitor and fine drivers who flout the access rules for peak-period I-70 Mountain Express Lanes, Colorado Public Radio reports. State officials say enforcement measures, which will be rolled out gradually in 2023, will make the roads safer. Through a pending contract with Blissway, roadside cameras will be installed to detect infractions, for which drivers will be mailed citations ranging from $150 to $250. Fines will be payable in cash (at gas stations or grocery stores) or online. The state also has authority to block the vehicle registrations of motorists who persistently ignore citations.