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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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/.

Input Needed: Baseline Road Transportation Safety Project

The Baseline Road Transportation Safety Project is a multi-year initiative to improve safety for all modes of travel along Baseline Road from 30th Street to Foothills Parkway, which has high numbers of serious crashes compared to other streets in the city. This project will make Baseline Road safer, more comfortable and more connected for all …

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Join an upcoming info session on 30th St and Colorado Ave transportation projects

The City of Boulder is planning and building new transportation connections based on findings from the 30th and Colorado Corridors Study. Join us for an online information session on July 20 from 6-7 p.m. to learn more about these projects and ask city staff your questions. Hear updates on progress to build safe connections for people walking, biking, …

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Boulder Vision Zero Action Plan: Input Requested

The City of Boulder is developing a Vision Zero Action Plan to identify, prioritize, and construct safety improvements to make progress toward achieving Vision Zero. Vision Zero is a community goal to have zero serious injuries and zero deaths on Boulder’s streets. At its core, this goal is inspired by the belief that traffic crashes are preventable, …

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CO 119 Bus Rapid Transit and Bikeway Employer Focus Group

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to provide input on a project that will have significant impacts on your and your employees’ commute.   You are invited to a CO Highway 119 employer focus group hosted by Boulder Transportation Connections (BTC) (the Transportation Management Organization (TMO) for the city of Boulder and the sustainable transportation services …

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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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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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Boulder County Evaluates Bus Rapid Transit for Highway 287

In order to address growing transportation and air quality needs, Boulder County has worked with local municipal and agency partners in the creation of the US-287 Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study. As seen at boco.org/287planning, the study area included a “core” along US-287 from CO-66 to US-36 where both roadway investments and transit operations were analyzed. The study included additional analysis and recommendations for connecting transit to Fort Collins and Denver. 

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