Month: November 2022

City of Boulder releases on-demand, virtual open house for Baseline Road Transportation Safety Project

The City of Boulder released an on-demand, virtual open house for the Baseline Road Transportation Safety Project, a  multi-year project with the goal to improve safety on one of the busiest and most critical corridors in the Boulder. This digital home base features a tool called a “StoryMap,” providing community members and stakeholders with project […]

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Join the WaytoGo November Challenge!

This November, we’re thankful to be able to access so many eco-friendly options for getting around the #Denver region! All month long, we’re celebrating travelers who take advantage of our region’s cornucopia of commute options, and rewarding them with prizes to help them stay cozy this winter. Track your trips at https://mywaytogo.org/#/. This month’s challenge

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BTC and Boulder Chamber Presented at 2022 CDOT TDM Conference

On November 4, Boulder Transportation Connections (BTC) and the Boulder Chamber led and participated in three important panel discussions at the 2022 Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Conference hosted by Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) Rocky Mountain Chapter. Participants from across the state gathered at CDOT headquarters in Denver

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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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