Month: October 2023

Denver Regional Council of Governments Invites Comments on Draft TDM Plan through October

The public comment period has opened for the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) regional Transportation Demand Management Strategic Plan. From now through October 31, the public is invited to explore the plan and submit comments by visiting DRCOG’s engagement site for an on-demand virtual open house. The plan will provide the Denver region with a […]

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CDOT Invites Public Input on East Arapahoe Project Through October 30

The CO 7 (Arapahoe Avenue) Corridor Segment A project is tackling transportation challenges in a critical commuter and business route between 28th Street and 63rd Street. This project aims to improve safety, enhance transit options, ease congestion, and connect the Northwest Region between Brighton and Boulder.  This fall, CDOT is excited to share the progress

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New EcoPass Pricing + Alternative Transportation Options Tax Credit = Win For Businesses

Great news for employers and workers! RTD has streamlined its EcoPass program, making it easier and cheaper than ever before to provide transit passes as a benefit. Coupled with the Alternative Transportation Options Tax Credit – which cuts the cost of providing EcoPasses and other resources in half – it’s never been a better time

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City Installs Tall Curbs to Protect Bicyclists on Baseline

Boulder bicyclists asked for more safety and comfort on Baseline Road, and the city is delivering! Beginning this week, the City of Boulder Transportation and Mobility Department is installing concrete tall curbs in strategic locations alongside the Baseline bike lanes. Tall curbs serve as a form of physical bike lane protection. Boulder will be the first city

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Electrify October Generates Excitement

There was electricity in the air outside Zeal Restaurant on Wednesday evening as Boulder Transportation Connections and the Boulder Chamber hosted Electrify October, a celebration of innovative mobility options. Not only did the wide variety of electric vehicles spark great conversations among attendees, but a thunderstorm also briefly passed overhead, adding to the excitement. Referring

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Iris Avenue Transportation Improvements Project Open House October 24

The City of Boulder will host an open house about the Iris Avenue Transportation Improvements Project on Tuesday, October 24, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. at the Foothill Elementary School library (1001 Hawthorn Avenue). The project team will share what they have heard so far and provide new opportunities for people to weigh in on

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CO Energy Office Invites Fleet-ZERO Grant Applications Starting October 16

The Colorado Energy Office has announced the next standard application round for its Fleet Zero-Emission Resource Opportunity (Fleet-ZERO) program, opening Monday, October 16 and closing Friday, December 1, 2023 at 5:00 pm. The Fleet-ZERO program incentivizes the widespread distribution of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations for fleet owners and operators, including depot charging, public and

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New Bilingual E-Bike Safety Flyer Prompts Youth to Ride Responsibly

E-bikes have become increasingly popular among young people in Boulder County, and many students are riding e-bikes to school. While e-bikes can offer students a great way to get to and from school comfortably and efficiently, some students are riding powerful throttle-assisted (Class 2) and motorized (Class 3) e-bikes. Principals of middle and high schools in

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