Denver Business Journal » Article explores the recent decision by Colorado DOT to issue a ‘request for information’ to the private sector regarding the financial feasibility of building a high-speed rail line along the state’s I-70 mountain corridor. CDOT has already determined that the project is technically feasible but knows the state cannot afford the estimated $7 billion (shorter-line) to $15 billion price for the full 150 mile track, so they have opened the project for consideration as a public-private partnership. Whether the project is feasible as a P3 will be determined in fall 2013 after the state has had time to review the submittals.