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Denver Post | Jeffco talks to Spanish firm about toll road


Jefferson Parkway Public Highway Authority officials said Monday that they are talking to a Madrid-based construction firm Isolux Corsán about financing, building and operating the 10-mile toll road in Jefferson County.The authority has touted the toll highway as one of the final links in the metro-area beltway.The Jefferson Parkway, which is estimated to cost $204 million, would run from Colorado 128 near Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport to Colorado 93 north of Golden.Isolux Corsán said it operates more than 1,000 miles of toll highways under concession agreements in Spain, Mexico, Brazil and India.

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One Response to “Denver Post | Jeffco talks to Spanish firm about toll road”

  1. Alan Streater says:

    Thank you for posting this. It is good in that it informs us without extra words, and it points us to where we can get more info.

    I apologize for giving this article a low-rating. It was purely an accident. I clicked on the star without realizing that this would already give it the rating.

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