Month: May 2022

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Boulder Vanpools Making an Impact

In partnership with the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG), Commute with Enterprise provides customized vanpool programs to employers. Through the Way to Go vanpool program, Enterprise is able to identify employees with longer and more expensive commutes to and from work, typically longer than 10 miles. They work together with local TMA’s, such as […]

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Colorado Legislature Passes Several Transportation Bills

The Colorado legislature passed several transportation-related bills this session, some of which are still currently awaiting Governor Polis’ signature. BTC and the Boulder Chamber actively supported HB1026 and SB180. Both of these bills are poised to help drive meaningful and impactful change in sustainable transportation throughout the state.  HB22-1026: “Alternative Transportation Options Tax Credit“  HB1026 will provide employers

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Public Input Opportunity for East Boulder Subcommunity Plan

The draft East Boulder Subcommunity Plan and 55th & Arapahoe Station Area Master Plan are complete 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

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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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