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South Boulder Road Study Team Invites Community Participation May 8 & 11

Next week, the South Boulder Road Study team is offering community members several opportunities to learn about the proposed vision and recommendations for the South Boulder Road corridor and to engage with the project team. The second public meeting for the South Boulder Road Study takes place online on Wednesday, May 8, from 5:30 to […]

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Bike to Work Day Business Challenge Now Open

Join the 2024 Bike to Work Day Business Challenge and get recognized for supporting eco-friendly commuting! Each time your staff pledges not to drive alone on Bike to Work Day (Wednesday, June 26), your organization will rise up the public-facing leaderboard. To sign up, fill out a short form at tinyurl.com/btwd24challenge. Then, your organization will

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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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South Boulder Road Corridor Study Invites Community Input

The South Boulder Road Corridor Study is underway! The Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) is leading the South Boulder Road Study in partnership with Boulder County, the cities of Boulder, Lafayette, Louisville, and the Regional Transportation District (RTD). The goal is to develop a shared vision for the corridor by identifying current safety and

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Updates from DRCOG: Changes to Guaranteed Ride Home Program and New HB22-1026 Fact Sheet

The Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) Way to Go Program has announced updates to its Guaranteed Ride Home (GRH) program. Employers now purchase GRH directly from DRCOG as an emergency transportation safety net for workers who commute sustainably (any mode other than driving alone). GRH is available through a smartphone app, making it easier

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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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