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January 8, 2021

Jan 11, Mobility for All Local Coordinating Council Agenda and Newsletter

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boulder county local coordinating council

In an effort to mitigate the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19, the Boulder County Community Planning & Permitting office at 2045 13th St., Boulder is currently closed, and we continue to perform all operations remotely. Please visit our webpage at for more information.

Jan 11, 200-4:00 p.m.

Register in advance for this meeting

Welcome & Introductions

  • Ice Breaker Break Out Sessions

Member Updates

  • zTrip Trips for COVID Positive Passengers
  • Community Cycles Earn a Bike Program
  • Colorado CarShare
  • RTD LiVE Promotional Effort

2021 LCC Priorities

  • Coordinated Human Services Transportation Plan
    • LCC Redesign
  • Access-a-Ride Certification Center Feasibility Study

Working Groups

Funding Coordination

Transportation Provider & Program Data

Outreach and Education

  • Working Group Break Out Sessions
  • Working Group Report Out



Jan 13
Women in the Express Lane, Boulder Transportation Connections

Jan 13
Using Uber Workshop, Mobility for All

Jan 21
RTD Live and Mobil Ticketing Workshop, Mobility for All

Jan 25
Programa Livede RTD y Mobile Tickets, Mobility for All

Social Distance

Human Stories

Colorado CarShare Logo

Say Hello to Colorado Carshare

eGo Car

eGo carshare has turned 22 years old this year and to celebrate this milestone they have announced their name has changed from eGo to Colorado CarShare.

"With reflection on these past 22 years, and many conversations on our future to come, our board felt that our birthday was the perfect time to reaffirm who we are and what we stand for.

And so,

  • In recognition of our continued love for serving our home state of Colorado
  • In commitment to our goal of being the nation’s first 100% electric carsharing nonprofit
  • In dedication to building a stronger, more resilient organization and a more sustainable future for Coloradans.
  • Allow us to reintroduce ourselves!

We’re Colorado CarShare. Same mission, with a fresh commitment to our principles and to our shared future. Buckle up—we’re just getting started."

More information can be found at:

ztrip logo
ztrip car

ZTrip has adapted to COVID-19 Pandemic and is available to take clients to get tested for COVID-19. In order to ensure driver and rider safety, plastic separators have been added between the driver and passengers in addition to increased cleaning and sanitation for all vehicles. ZTrip will add an additional $50 cleaning fee on top of regular price of the trip. Ztrip can serve as an option if a client needs to be taken to be tested for COVID-19, especially if an agency can help cover the cost of a taxi trip.

City of Boulder

Micromobility Program, City of Boulder

micro mobility

The City of Boulder is looking to evolve its current Shared Micromobility Program to expand the service areas and include new technology, including e-bikes and e-scooters. Staff will issue a request for proposals in 1st quarter 2021 to provide micromobility services and will select an operator(s) to provide both shared e-bikes and e-scooters. City Council has directed staff to include the operation of shared e-scooters only east of 28th Street as part of the initial program. Staff anticipates a refined or new program to be operational 3rd quarter 2021.

More information can be found here

Get InvolvedFlyer

BTC is excited to host Women in the Express Lane with the women leading transportation in and around Boulder County. Our guest include:

  • Debra Johnson, GM/CEO of RTD
  • Erika Vandenbrande, City of Boulder Director of Transportation & Mobility
  • Kathleen Bracke, Boulder County Deputy Director - Transportation Planning

We'll hear short presentations then let you ask questions as we look at what's ahead for transportation in the coming year.



Cultivate is Looking for your Recipes: Do you have clients who use Cultivate? Cultivate is looking to bring their community together through sharing favorite meals and the stories behind them. Cultivate is collecting clients, volunteers, staff, and board members favorite recipes and their stories and posting them to their Community Cookbook event on Facebook. "Recipes, especially those passed down through generations, have the power to create community, build connections, evoke fond memories, and honor family heritage. Oftentimes recipes come with meaningful stories! We will continue to welcome copies of your treasures family's handwritten recipes or photos along with each dish! We love sharing your story!"

More information can be found here

Opportunities Learn and Grow

Webinar without text

Podcast: Talking Headways Podcast: Building Community in North Philly, Talking Headways Podcast

Webinar: How Can Policy Makers Incentivize Innovation in Public Transit, Pantonium

Virtual Conference: Online Livable Communities Conference, AARP (recorded)

Report: Automobile Dependency: An Unequal Burden, Planetizen

Documentary: Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America, PBS

In the News

Racial Justice and Equity: Black Women’s Groups Find Health And Healing On Hikes, But Sometimes Racism, Too, Colorado Public Radio

Transit: Back on Track: What’s Next for the RTD Board of Directors? SreetsBlog Denver

COVID-19: How 2020 Has Affected the Way We Use Our Streets, 5280

Transit and COVID-19: Imagine How COVID-19 Could Reshape Mobility for People Who Rely on Transit, Mass Transit Magazine

Transit: Missing the bus (schedule): how the pandemic is boosting on-demand transit, CBC

Electric Vehicles: Rebates For Electric Vehicle Charging Are Part Of A $110 Million Plan Approved By Colorado Regulators, Colorado Pubic Radio

Transportation and COVID-19: In Pueblo, A Small But Vital Bus System Keeps Rolling As Others Stall, Colorado Public Radio

Transit: Colorado Transit Awards, CASTA

Stay Up to Date on Transportation Services in the Denver Region During the COVID-19 Pandemic!


Request Materials

Request mobility resources and we will bring them to the next LCC meeting. Examples include:

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Boulder County LCC Vision: Promote and provide efficient, accessible, affordable, seamless, equitable, responsive, and
easy to arrange transportation options for Boulder County residents through coordination and collaboration between
service providers.