Call for Nominations for New Community Based Planning Program

DRCOG is excited to announce the launch of a new Community Based Transportation Planning program to proactively identify and help address mobility challenges for historically marginalized communities in the DRCOG MPO region. The goal of this program is to work to improve mobility options by developing Community Based Transportation Plans with communities that face transportation inequities, barriers, and challenges. Details …

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Boulder County Requests Public Input on DRCOG Transportation Improvement Program Grant Applications

The public invited to provide comments on the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) 2024-27 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Subregional Share Call for Projects (“Call #4”) grant applications. $19M will be available for transportation projects within Boulder County. In preparation for this call for projects, jurisdictions in Boulder County have prepared summaries of potential projects …

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RTD Requests Input on Proposed Fare Structures Based on Fare Study and Equity Analysis

RTD launched a systemwide fare study and equity analysis in early 2022 to identify ways to make its fare structure more equitable, affordable and simpler. Based on customer and community feedback, RTD has developed two proposed alternatives to its fare structure as well as new policies and programs that would help RTD achieve those goals. …

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City of Boulder Requests Community Input for Competitive Federal Transportation Funds

The City of Boulder requests community feedback on four transportation project concepts by Friday, Oct. 21 to help form proposals for federal funding from the 2024-2027 round of Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) funding. TIP is a federal program managed by metropolitan planning organizations to identify, prioritize and fund transportation projects and is an important source of funding …

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Vote Yes on 1C and Keeping Boulder County Moving!

Vote YES for Boulder County Ballot Issue 1C This Election Day November 8, 2022 is Election Day, and Boulder County voters will have the opportunity to extend an existing 0.1 percent countywide transportation sales tax to sustain funding for Boulder County’s multimodal transportation network.  Boulder Transportation Connections has endorsed County Ballot Issue 1C as part …

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BTC Presented at Transportation Legislative Review Committee

Boulder Transportation Connections (BTC) was selected to present at the September 20, 2022 Transportation Legislative Review Committee (TLRC) meeting.  BTC’s presentation included the organization’s 2022 sustainable transportation accomplishments, its 2023 work plan as well as the proposed TLRC legislation BTC supports, and sustainable transportation asks for the TLRC to consider. See more details here

Connect Boulder: Join BTC for our Winter Transportation Luncheon!

Join Boulder Transportation Connections for our Winter Luncheon on December 6, 2022 to discuss 2022 Highlights as well as Opportunities for Sustainable Transportation in Boulder County in 2023! Register here! Our program agenda includes: Boulder Transportation Connections Updates  BTC will share some highlights of 2022 in areas of business outreach, transportation advocacy, and partnership building …

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Via Mobility Remembers Teri Leiker

Close friends and family of King Soopers victim Teri Leiker gathered with Via Mobility Services staff to unveil a memorial in her honor on Friday, September 16. The private event took place at Via Mobility Services’ headquarters in Boulder, Colorado. “Teri was not shy about helping us make our service better,” said Via CEO Frank …

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CO 119 BRT & Commuter Bikeway Project Update and Opportunity for Input

June 2022 Community Meeting Follow-Up CDOT, RTD, and Boulder County held a virtual Community Meeting on June 27, 2022 to show preliminary design plans for the CO 119 Safety and Mobility Improvements Project and CO 119 Bikeway Design Project. The project teams have reviewed questions and comments received during the June 2022 Community Meeting comment …

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US 287 Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study Now Available for Public Review

Boulder County, in collaboration with agency partners and local communities, has published a feasibility study for the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) plans as a part of the regional and inter-regional transit improvements along the US 287 corridor. Learn more at https://bouldercounty.gov/transportation/plans-and-projects/us-287/.