Our Commitment

Advancing the Safety and Sustainability of Our Community

E-470 is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of representatives from eight member jurisdictions; Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas counties and the municipalities of Aurora, Brighton, Commerce City, Thornton, and Parker. We are a road, but we are also a proud supporter of our community!

Safety

By offering a safer, more reliable driving option to Denver metro area commuters and travelers, E-470 helped avoid $70 million in the cost of accidents on more congested roadways in 2019.

Sustainability

In 2012, E-470 kicked off the initiative to use and provide solar energy in our operations. We are one of the few toll roads in the U.S. that utilizes solar arrays!

Our Committment

We are committed to providing safety, service and speed to all who travel E-470.

In the Community

We support our community and partners along the roadway through fundraising and donations to local nonprofits.

In the Community

Customer Service

Our customer service team is committed to providing outstanding service and care of our customers.

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Alive at 25

The Alive at 25 program is an early driving intervention course offered to drivers age 15-24 to help prevent traffic violations, collisions and fatalities on our roads.

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Community Impact

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