WA-02-2-Aspinall Unit Operations

WHEREAS in January of 1962, the United States acquired water rights decreed in the Colorado Water Court for water storage and hydroelectric power generation at the Aspinall Unit from the …

TR-14-01-Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

WHEREAS the use of unmanned aerial systems for civilian use is forecasted to become an emerging industry that will provide significant benefits for the residents of Colorado, as well as …

TR-01-4-Transportation Resource Allocation Formula

WHEREAS the Metropolitan Planning Organizations have completed  their next 20-yearW planning cycle, and Transportation Planning Regions have begun their 20-year planning cycle, and there does not exist enough funding to …

TR – 96 – 1-Transportation Construction Standards

WHEREAS the Federal Highway Administration and the American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO) require construction standards which drive the cost of highway construction and maintenance up exponentially, often …

TR-93-1-Transportation Commission, Rural Representation

WHEREAS CLUB 20 opposes efforts to weaken the rural representation on the Colorado Transportation Commission; and WHEREAS CLUB 20 supports the existing representative structure of the Colorado Transportation Commission; and …

TR-99-1-Tennessee Pass Railroad Corridor

WHEREAS Western Colorado’s railroad corridors are critical to the movement of both passenger and freight service to markets inside and outside this region; and WHEREAS the Tennessee Pass line has …

TR-15-2-TABOR Refund for Transportation

WHEREAS Colorado’s transportation system has been underfunded for years due to a flat gas tax at the state and federal level, and WHEREAS Congress has not passed a long-term transportation …

TR-06-1-State Transportation Funding

WHEREAS  the economic viability of Western Colorado is dependent on the efficient movement of commerce and people on an adequate transportation infrastructure and Western Colorado is, like the rest of …

TR-96-4-Regional and Local Gas Taxes

WHEREAS Colorado’s system of funding highways with fees collected from highway users across the state has served the traveling public well for many years; and WHEREAS That system is based …

TR-15-3-Raise Gas Tax, Support Of

WHEREAS the Highway Users Tax Fund (HUTF) finances our nation’s transportation infrastructure by taxing each gallon of gas purchased, including diesel, and WHEREAS the State of Colorado has not raised …

TR–95–1-Moffat Rail Tunnel Operation

WHEREAS the Moffat Rail Tunnel is a critical structure in the rail infrastructure of Colorado; and WHEREAS the Moffat Rail Tunnel facilitates the movement of goods and people via rail; …

TR – 03 – 1-Highway 50, Improvement Of

(Amendments to this resolution represent a merger of an older resolution (#90-2 TR 2) into this more recent version.) WHEREAS CLUB 20 recognizes the importance of a statewide highway system for …

TR-02–1-Gross Combination Vehicle Weights

WHEREAS increased gross combination vehicle weights are restricted on the Colorado state highway system; and WHEREAS increased gross combination vehicle weights in Wyoming and Utah are not limited by the …

TR– 91 – 3 Gasoline Taxes, Point of Sale

WHEREAS  the economy of. the State of Colorado is interconnected and the West Slope and Front Range cannot be separated economically; and WHEREAS  numerous government programs are dependent upon funds …

TR-12-2-Future Transportation Funding

WHEREAS interstate highways, state highways, local roads, and public transit are funded by state and federal gas taxes and the state and federal governments failed to index the gas tax …

TR-01-2-Funding for Highway 82

WHEREAS Highway 82 from Glenwood Springs to Aspen is the only transportation corridor in the Roaring Fork Valley; and WHEREAS efficient and safe transportation movement is of vital importance to …

TR-05-4-Colorado Transportation Guiding Principles

**Note: the following serves as a guiding document only. CLUB 20’s Board of Directors and/or Executive Committee reserve the right to interpret and amend this document and the included principles …

TR-02-4-Colorado Aviation Fuel Tax Funding

WHEREAS annually, significant state aviation fuel tax funds are disbursed to public use airports throughout the state; and WHEREAS disbursements are made by the Department of Transportations’ Division of Aeronautics …

TR-14-02-Build America ACT – Support For

WHEREAS there is bi-partisan support for a bill currently being considered at the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives known as the Build America Act; and WHEREAS the …

TR – 09 – 1-Aviation User Fees

WHEREAS some have suggested that a user-fee-based system of revenue collections be implemented to enhance aviation revenues, but collecting such fees would require a new accounting bureaucracy with a much …

TR-94-3-Air Service on the Western Slope

WHEREAS available and affordable air service is an important transportation issue for Western Colorado; and WHEREAS air service is an alternative for drivers on the highways, and is important for …

TR – 91 – 2 -Airport Security Costs

WHEREAS in response to the terrorist threat, the Transportation Security Administration has raised security at domestic commercial airports; and WHEREAS  CLUB 20 and the Western Colorado commercial airports in CLUB …

TR-94-1-Airport Improvement Program

Replaces the following resolution: BA-94-1 Airport Improvement Program WHEREAS Congress has been unable to pass a multi-year Federal Aviation Administration funding bill since the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of …

TR – 96 – 3-7th Pot Transportation Program

WHEREAS the Colorado Transportation Commission created a program in which a “seventh pot” of funds (in addition to the funds currently distributed among six regions) would be dedicated exclusively to …