News from Neighboring States for Jan. 27, 2018: President Donald Trump’s long-awaited plan to improve the nation’s infrastructure is going over like a flat tire with people who build roads in Colorado and underlining the state’s partisan divide . . .

Cars drive northbound on I-25 with the new express toll lane, indicated by the double white line, on April 1, 2016, in Northglenn, Colorado. CDOT officially opened the I-25 North express toll lane on Monday. Construction is still underway on a concrete sound barrier wall that runs alongside the interstate. /Photo by Anya Semenoff/The Denver Post

For Colorado road builders, Trump’s infrastructure plan lands with a thud

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