Public Input Opportunity for East Boulder Subcommunity Plan

and available for your review. Visit the links below to learn more about this exciting public input opportunity. This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to holistically plan for change, rather than considering changes incrementally and parcel by parcel!  Please visit Be Heard Boulder to fill out the questionnaire and add your feedback!  Several resources will help you …

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Input Requested on Funding Priorities for Sustainable Transportation Projects

The Nonattainment Area Air Pollution Mitigation Enterprise (NAAPME) and its Board of Directors are soliciting public comments to help inform funding priorities on transportation projects that will help reduce the environmental and health impacts of transportation and sustainably reduce traffic congestion in Colorado’s ozone nonattainment areas.  The enterprise’s 10-Year Plan, to be published on June 1st, will …

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Way to Go Summer Bike Challenge

As spring turns into summer, Way to Go’s summer bike challenge is in full swing. Log trips to be entered for prizes.

Get involved this month in fare study, equity analysis through survey, meetings

RTD has launched a systemwide fare study and equity analysisto examine RTD’s fares and explore alternative fare structures and pass programs. The study will focus on creating a new fare structure that is equitable, affordable and simple. To get involved, click here to take the Current Conditions Fare Survey and come to the first virtual Customer and …

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Photo of bus with several people waiting to get on. Captioned 287 Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study

Boulder County Evaluates Bus Rapid Transit for Highway 287

In order to address growing transportation and air quality needs, Boulder County has worked with local municipal and agency partners in the creation of the US-287 Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study. As seen at boco.org/287planning, the study area included a “core” along US-287 from CO-66 to US-36 where both roadway investments and transit operations were analyzed. The study included additional analysis and recommendations for connecting transit to Fort Collins and Denver. 

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