October 23, 2017
Bike-n-Ride Member Update – October 2017
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Hello Bike-n-Ride cardholder,
This newsletter is intended to keep you informed of current Bike-n-Ride projects and future plans. If you'd rather not receive updates, please click "unsubscribe" at the bottom of the page.
Thank you again for combining bicycling and transit trips in Boulder County. We hope you enjoy this update.
Boulder County Transportation
The EB McCaslin (Superior) Bike-n-Ride Shelter is now open!
The bike shelter will encourage trips to and from the Flatiron Flyer/AB from Superior and Louisville and provide commuters a secure option for bike storage. This shelter was constructed by the Town of Superior as part of the 36 Bikeway/Superior connector project, and was funded by Superior and a federal grant. The shelter will be operated by Boulder County.
If you would like access to the EB McCaslin shelter added to your key-card, please complete our card update request form.
Please complete our user survey
We want your feedback! Our users survey helps us gauge how well the Bike-n-Ride shelters are serving you, estimate the impact the shelters have, understand who is using the shelters, and learn about what we could do better.
Take the survey today
Survey respondents can elect to be entered into a prize drawing for bike lights, water bottles, gift cards, or other prizes.
Boulder County is promoting the Transit App
Transit is a free app that provides real-time arrival information, schedules, a trip planner, and more. If you ride transit, download Transit. As an added bonus, it works in over 100 metro areas in the US and around the world.
WB US & McCaslin (Louisville) and EB US 36 Table Mesa (bikeway terminus) shelter updates
Boulder County is currently reviewing proposals to construct these shelters in late 2017/early 2018.
Expansion beyond Boulder County
The City and County of Broomfield, the City of Westminster, RTD, and Commuting Solutions are working on designs for two additional shelters along the US 36 corridor: Broomfield Station (WB); and, Sheridan Station (EB). These shelters are in-the-works and are expected to open in the spring of 2018.
Ft. Collins has three Bike-n-Ride shelters open on the MAX line. For more information and to gain access, visit the Transfort website.
Current Shelter Locations around Boulder County
- Downtown Boulder Station - 14th and Walnut
- US 36/Table Mesa Station (parking garage)
- 30th & Diagonal Highway
- 8th & Coffman in Longmont
- SH 119 & Hover in south Longmont
- EB US 36 & McCaslin in Superior