COLORADO — The State Legislature has passed senate bill 260, and it is now headed to the governor’s desk. The transportation bill is projected to bring in over 5-billion dollars in funding over the next decade. Nearly four billion dollars of that money will come from charging fees on things like gasoline, retail delivery, electric vehicle registration, and rideshares. It is all a part of the Colorado Department of Transportation’s plan to modernize the state’s transportation system. Governor polis is expected to sign the legislation as early as next week.