City of Boulder Receives $23 Million Grant from Federal Safe Streets and Roads for All Program

“We’re excited, we’re honored, and we’re ready to get rolling with these funds,” said City of Boulder Director of Transportation and Mobility, Natalie Stiffler, “As we work together toward our Vision Zero goal of eliminating all traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries, we extend our thanks to our local and regional partners for supporting our community’s vision leading up to this major moment in Boulder’s history.”

“We are thrilled to have been selected as grant recipients, and we truly appreciate the support USDOT has provided to the City of Boulder and the hard work of Congressman Joe Neguse and U.S. Senators Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper to make this happen. We are eager to make the most of this opportunity to make our streets safer for all and contribute to the positive impact that USDOT is achieving with this historic investment through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law,” said the City of Boulder Mayor, Aaron Brockett.

Scroll to Top