Pavement and Bridge Condition data is collected by CDOT for the Interstate and non-Interstate National Highway System (NHS), which include I-25, US34, US287, US85, SH14, SH257, and SH392.
The NFRMPO uses a three-teir grading system to measure progress: means the State or the NFRMPO region has achieved the target based on baseline data; means the State or the NFRMPO is making progress and is trending in the proper direction or is close to achieving a target but has not yet; and means the target has not been achieved and not enough progress has been made.
Pavement condition is based on data submitted to the Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS), specifically the International Roughness Index, cracking percent, faulting, and rutting. During the midpoint performance period in 2020, the Colorado Department of Transportation revised the Pavement Condition Targets which were originally set in 2018. On February 2, 2023, the NFRMPO Planning Council adopted the Revised 4-Year (2022) Pavement Targets for the four pavement performance measures with Resolution 2023-06.
Percent of Interstate pavement in Good Condition
Percent of Interstate pavement in Poor Condition
Percent of Non-Interstate pavement in Good Condition
Percent of Non-Interstate pavement in Poor Condition
Bridge condition is measured using data reported to the National Bridge Inventory (NBI), specifically the ratings for the deck, superstructure, substructure, and culvert conditions. FHWA set thresholds for good, fair, and poor ratings for each of these categories.
Percent of NHS bridges in Good Condition
Percent of NHS bridges in Poor Condition
For more detailed information view the full Systems Performance Report.