Marshall Fire Impacts On Transportation
Provide Input on Transit and Intersectional Equity
Research has proven that public transit systems are failing to adequately meet diverse needs, particularly those of women, people with disabilities, and LGBTQIA+ individuals. Increased research is needed to make public transit feel safe for all people, regardless of their identities.
The Colorado Department of Transportation's Office of Innovative Mobility (OIM) aims to gather data on women's, LGBTQIA+ peoples', and people with disabilities' needs and experiences in using transit.
OIM research fellow Dani McLean would like to connect with you and/or the community you serve, hear your stories, and use your stories to inform recommendations to improve transportation from an intersectional equity lens. This could be in the form of a group discussion, individual conversations, a forum, or whatever you feel is most appropriate. If this is something you are interested in participating in, please contact Dani at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-978-2340.
Public Comment: RTD Is Seeking Your Input on the System Optimization Plan.
Donate: Help victims of the Marshall Fire by donating to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund.
Bike to Work: Winter Bike to Work day is February 11th. Bike to work with DRCOG and stop at a service station along the way.
Letter of Interest: The National Center for Mobility Management is seeking letters of interest from communities who would like to have NCMM facilitate a one-day meeting with mobility management practitioners to make connections, share ideas, and coordinate mobility options. The goal is to strengthen mobility opportunities across local, state, and federal lines.
Free COVID19 Vaccines and Boosters: The Boulder County Fairgrounds Drive Through Clinic is now offering free COVID19 Vaccines and Boosters. Appointments are required.
Webinar: February 23, Engaging Communities and Creating through Safe Routes to School (Part One), Safe Routes Partnership.
Webinar: February 4, Building an Authentic Engagement from an Equity Perspective, National Center for Mobility Management.
Seat Belt Safety: Miniseries highlighting the importance of using seatbelts, CDOT.
Webinar: Marketing Workshop Series on How to Market Public Transit, National RTAP
Webinar: February 17, Introduction to Mobility Patterns Patterns & Transportation Project Equitable Process, University of Florida Transportation Institute
Micro-Mobility Inventory: Shared Micro-Mobility in Colorado, DRCOG & Colorado Electric Vehicle Coalition
Mobility for All: Mobility For All Bilingual Planner I, Application due Sunday, February 13.
Safe Routes Partnership: Program Coordinator for the Safe Routes Partnership. Application due Thursday, February 10.
Via Mobility Services: Grant Contract Manager.
- The 2022 AARP Community Challenge Grant program is open for submissions. Learn more and apply by clicking here.
Podcast: Ghost Train, a miniseries about the people with a vision of a more sustainable transportation system in Colorado, CPR
Sustainability: To Stop Building Heat Islands, Stop Overbuilding Parking Lots, Sightline Institute
E-Bicycles: A successful Colorado program gets eBikes to low-income essential workers, NPR
RTD Updates: RTD proposes massive overhaul: Fewer suburban buses, more service where riders remained during the pandemic, CPR
RTD Opinion: Why is RTD "Dramatically" Overhauling Bus Routes Now?, City Cast Denver
Infrastructure: Lyft, Bird execs say subsidies, infrastructure crucial to expanding micro-mobility, Smart Cities Dive
Rural Communities: Fertile Ground for Innovation: A Fresh Look at Rural Mobility, National Center for Mobility Management
Bus Safety: Picture a Better Way to Protect Bus Lanes, Bloomberg
Accessibility: San Francisco Rolls Out E-Scooter Program that Accommodates People with Disabilities, Next City
Learn about mobility options and resources in our region: