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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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New Video Highlights Benefits of Taking Transit to Mountain Towns

The I-70 Coalition has produced several new short videos designed to help Front Range visitors travel the I-70 mountain corridor easier and smarter. Click on the YouTube link below to watch a one-minute video about all the options for getting to and around Colorado’s mountain towns by transit. Other videos now available include a Bustang orientation and

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South Boulder Road Study Invites Public Comment (Bilingual)

The Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) invites community members to join the South Boulder Road Study virtual kick-off meeting on January 24 from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Participants can learn about the study and share ideas about the future of the South Boulder Road corridor. Register online (in advance) for the virtual meeting at bit.ly/sbrpublicmeeting1.  Prefer

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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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Learn About and Comment on the Diagonal Highway Safety, Mobility and Bikeway Project

Boulder County, the Colorado Department of Transportation, the Regional Transportation District, and the cities of Boulder and Longmont are implementing safety and mobility improvements along the Diagonal Highway, CO 119, that will make traveling through the corridor safer for all modes, as well as faster and more reliable for public transit. The project construction will

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Join the Winter Bike to Work Day Fun: Friday, February 9, 2024

Mark your calendars for post-holiday fun! Put your car on ice and join Boulder Transportation Connections, the Boulder Chamber, and Way to Go for Winter Bike to Work Day on Friday, February 9, 2024. Be part of the celebration by swapping your solo car trip for a ride on two wheels. Whether you’re riding to

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CO 7 Segment B Project Invites Community Input

The CO 7 Corridor Segment B, 63rd Street to US 287, focuses on a 5.5-mile segment of CO 7, between the cities of Boulder and Lafayette. This project aims to improve safety, enhance transit options, ease congestion, create pedestrian and bikeway amenities, and connect the north metro region between Brighton and Boulder.  The Colorado Department

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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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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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