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South Boulder Road Study Team Invites Community Participation May 8 & 11

Next week, the South Boulder Road Study team is offering community members several opportunities to learn about the proposed vision and recommendations for the South Boulder Road corridor and to engage with the project team. The second public meeting for the South Boulder Road Study takes place online on Wednesday, May 8, from 5:30 to […]

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North Foothills Bikeway Feasibility Study Informational Meetings

Boulder County’s Community Planning & Permitting Department invites the public to attend an in-person meeting for the North Foothills Bikeway Feasibility Study in at the Town of Lyons Public Library on Tuesday, April 30, at 6 pm. An earlier virtual public meeting is now available to view online here or below. The purpose of North Foothills

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Join the Gunbarrel Shuttle Advisory Committee

Transportation Connections is excited to announce the launch of the Gunbarrel Shuttle Marketing & Branding Advisory Committee on Thursday, May 9th. Join us as we develop the marketing and branding campaign for the on-demand Gunbarrel Shuttle service that will launch later this year. We invite Gunbarrel businesses, community members, commuters and residents to join us

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CO 7 Multimodal Corridor Segment B Preliminary Design Recommendations Now Available

🚧 PROJECT UPDATE 🚧 | CO 7 Multimodal Corridor from Brighton to Boulder Preliminary design and recommendations for CO 7 (Arapahoe Road) Multimodal Corridor Segment B are available on the project website. These early designs will address transportation challenges in a critical commuter and business route between 63rd Street and US 287. A series of

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Upcoming Opportunities to Weigh in on Core Arterial Network Projects: Iris Avenue and Baseline Road

The City of Boulder is launching the next phase of in-person and virtual community engagement for two priority transportation projects on the Core Arterial Network (CAN). The CAN is Boulder’s connected system of multimodal (taking the bus, driving, biking and walking) transportation improvements along Boulder’s main corridors that will help reduce the potential for severe crashes

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CO 119 Safety, Mobility and Bikeway Project FAQs Now Available

A new Frequently Asked Questions document for the CO 119 Safety, Mobility and Bikeway Project is now available on the project website. CDOT, RTD, Boulder County, and the City of Longmont have listened to community members’ questions and concerns about the improvements coming to CO 119 and created this document to provide further details. Design

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“All Aboard!” Governor, Local Leaders Take First Denver-Longmont Passenger Train Ride

Last week, Governor Jared Polis, CDOT Executive Director Shoshana Lew, and a host of municipal, state and business leaders from around the Denver Metro Area hopped aboard an Amtrak train for a demonstration ride from Denver’s Union Station to Longmont. Among the dignitaries on board were Boulder Mayor Aaron Brockett, RTD Board Member Lynn Guissinger,

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Educational Videos Show Preliminary Design Updates for CO 7

Preliminary design and recommendations for CO 7 (Arapahoe Avenue) Multimodal Corridor Segment A are now available. These refinements will address transportation challenges in a critical commuter and business route between 28th and 63rd streets. A series of educational videos showcase these example design updates based your recommendations along the 2.73-mile CO 7 Segment A project.

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Boulder Chamber Supports Transportation and Housing Bills in 2024 Legislative Session

Throughout the 2024 legislative session at the Colorado General Assembly, the Boulder Chamber Policy Programs and Boulder Transportation Connections teams are keeping tabs on bills that support businesses and individuals with increased access to transit, more affordable workforce housing and communities that provide jobs, housing, and transit together. The Boulder Chamber has registered support for

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Winter Bike to Work Day Riders Receive Warm Welcome at the Boulder Chamber

Friday, February 9, was a Winter Bike to Work Day for the books! Boulder Transportation Connections (BTC) and the Boulder Chamber welcomed nearly 200 early-bird riders at our breakfast super station between 7:00 and 9:00 am, handing out 150 breakfast burritos in the first hour alone. Riders arrived in style, some sporting festive costumes for

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