February 1, 2017
Andrew Barth, 303-441-1032
City of Boulder hosting open house on 30th & Colorado Corridors Study – Feb. 9
The City of Boulder is kicking off their 30th and Colorado Corridors Study, and the project team is seeking community input to develop the study's vision, goals and objectives.
Attend the upcoming open house to learn more and share your input:
Thursday, Feb. 9
5:30 to 7 p.m.
CU Boulder, Sustainability, Energy and Environmental Complex (SEEC)
4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO
MacAllister Building Auditorium (Room 120)
Paid parking is available in lot 556
The 30th Street and Colorado Avenue Corridors Study will develop and evaluate conceptual Complete Streets designs for people traveling, living and working in the corridor. The study will focus on 30th Street, from Baseline Road to Pearl Street, and Colorado Avenue, from Foothills Parkway to CU Main Campus/Broadway and Euclid Avenue.
Identified in the city’s 2014 Transportation Master Plan update, the corridors study aims to create a vision for safe and accessible multimodal transportation that meets current and future conditions and will be coordinated with other area plans.
What is a Complete Street? Complete Streets accommodate all modes of transportation by planning, designing, and building facilities for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders and vehicle drivers.
For more information, visit the study webpage.