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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Downtown Boulder Bus Station Set to Reopen February 19

On Monday, February 19, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) will reopen the Downtown Boulder Station, which has been closed for more than a year. Riders can now get tickets, passes and MyRide cards at the centrally located downtown station and should note that the Boulder Junction at Depot Square Station will close for customer service.

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Iris Avenue Business Focus Group Lunch, January 25

Boulder Transportation Connections, the Boulder Chamber and the City of Boulder’s Transportation and Mobility Department want to hear from local business owners/operators and employees about travel along and across Iris Avenue. Iris Avenue is one of three corridors prioritized by Boulder City Council to complete key connectivity gaps in the city’s transportation network as part

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CO7, Segment A, Questionnaire Extended to Nov 6

We invite anyone who travels along the CO7, Arapahoe Ave, Corridor to complete the Segment A online questionnaire by Nov 6th. Your input is extremely important at this stage in the planning process. Please watch the informative video and complete the questionnaire at: https://www.codot.gov/projects/studies/co7-brighton-boulder/segmenta. The CO 7 Corridor, Segment A, project is tackling transportation challenges

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Northwest Rail Peak Service Study Open Houses 11/8 and 11/9

The Regional Transportation District (RTD) is hosting two public open houses that will provide new information about the Northwest Rail Peak Service Study. This second round of in-person public open houses will offer opportunities to learn about siding locations, community benefits and impacts for the proposed commuter rail between Longmont and Denver. When & Where:

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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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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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Zero Fare for Youth and More Changes Approved by RTD Board

At its board meeting on Tuesday, July 25, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) Board of Directors approved a new fare structure, policies and programs that will provide lower costs for adult customers and one year of no-cost transit for youth throughout the district. The fare changes were developed as part of RTD’s systemwide fare study

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