Connect Boulder Spring Luncheon to Focus on Transportation Access, Safety and Equity

The event will feature timely presentations on transportation access, safety, and equity, including:

  • Celebrating Boulder’s $23 million Safe Streets and Roads For All grant, with Devin Joslin, City of Boulder Vision Zero traffic engineer
  • Investing in transportation safety advocacy at the local and national levels, with Triny Willerton, executive director of It Could Be Me and member of the US DOT Transforming Transportation Advisory Committee
  • Digging into current transportation policy and legislation at the state level, with Danny Katz, executive director of CoPIRG and Jonathan Singer, senior director of policy programs at the Boulder Chamber
  • Learning about the City of Boulder’s pilot sustainable commuting reward program being developed in partnership with Commutifi, with Chris Hagelin, senior transportation planner.

We will also welcome Boulder City Council Member Ryan Schuchard, who brings a focus on safe streets and climate action to his new role in city leadership.

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