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June 11, 2021

June, Mobility and Access Coalition (LCC) Agenda and Newsletter

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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.

June 14, 2:00-3:50 p.m.

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Welcome & Introductions

  • Ice Breaker Break Out Session


  • Boulder County Recreation Shuttles, Alex Hyde-Wright
  • IntelliRide Statewide NEMT Broker Update, Angel Bond
  • Lunch and Learn: M4A Promotion Pilot: RTD LiVE, Aidan Johan
  • Next50 Initiative Grant Equitable EV Carsharing Project with Via, Colorado CarShare, Mobility for All, Zoe DeVito
  • Mobility and Access for All Ages and Abilities Coordinated Human Services Plan Update, Upcoming Stakeholder Survey, Angel Bond

RTD Accountability Committee Presentation

  • Crystal Murillo and Elise Jones, AC Co-Chairs

City of Boulder ADA Self-Evaluation & Transition Plan

  • Jenny Godwin, COB Planner



June 16
Board of Directors Public Hearing on Public Engagement Plan

June 17
M4A Promotion Pilot: RTD LiVE Lunch and Learn,
Mobility for All

June 23
Using Google Maps Workshop,
Mobility for All

June 24
Transit talk: Dude, Where's My Car?
Via Mobility Services

June 24, 5pm
Welcome Back to RTD: A Conversation About Safety and Security - Join Virtually
Call in (audio only):
(720) 443-6193
Conference ID: 130 829 417#

June 25, 12pm
Welcome Back to RTD: A Conversation About Safety and Security - Join Virtually
Call in (audio only):
(720) 443-6193
Conference ID: 242 460 635#

Get Involved

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RTD Accountability Committee Survey

Last summer, the RTD Board in collaboration with Governor Polis and the transportation committee chairs of the Colorado General Assembly formed the RTD Accountability Committee. The purpose of the Committee is to provide an independent and objective analysis of RTD's operations and develop a set of recommendations for improvement to the operations and statutes related to RTD. The Committee is independent of RTD and hosted by the Denver Regional Council of Governments.

Prior to finalizing their recommendations, the Committee wants to hear your opinions on the draft recommendations. This 3-minute survey summarizes the core recommendations

Deadline June 15: The survey can be found here

Human Stories

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Free Recreation Shuttle Bus Service is Back


Rather then driving you can now take the bus, Boulder County is once again offering recreational busses to the Hessie Trailhead and Eldorado Canyon State park. Two free shuttle bus services to popular recreation and open space areas in Boulder County return for the season on Memorial Day weekend.

The Hessie Trailhead Shuttle and the Eldorado Canyon State Park Shuttle are free shuttle buses that offer public lands visitors a convenient way to travel to recreate.

Full for recreation shuttle information, routes and maps, visit

City of Boulder

Accessible Boulder: ADA Self-Evaluation & Transition Plan

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The City of Boulder wans to ensure access to the transportation system for all users. An ADA Self-Evaluation assesses how well the city’s transportation system—such as sidewalks, multi-use paths, curb ramps, pedestrian signals and crossings, and transit
stops—complies with the ADA. The self-evaluation will look at existing policies, engage with the public and inventory our transportation infrastructure to identify barriers and opportunities for improvement.

More information can be found here

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Review Part One of Boulder Counties Vision Zero Plan

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Part One of Boulder County's Draft Vision Zero Plan - Traffic Crash Analysis - is now available to review here. The Traffic Crash Analysis reviews crashes from 2009 to 2018 on roads in Unincorporated Boulder County and the four incorporated mountain towns in western Boulder County (Lyons, Jamestown, Nederland, and Ward). A draft Vision Zero Action Plan is a work in progress.

Opportunities Learn and Grow

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Webinar (6/30): Achieving Transportation Equity through GIS, Esri

Podcast: How many roads can we fix with $5.4 Billion?, City Cast Denver

Explore: Boulder County COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Dashboard, Boulder County Public Health

Report: Public Transit in Rural Communities is Extremely Inefficient — this data tells us how to change that, Cities Today

Study: Lower-Income ZIP Code Residents Feel Worse Effects of Extreme Heat, Ozone Pollution: Study, Smart Cities Dive

In the News

Transportation Policy: Colorado Legislature Sends $5 Billion Transportation Funding Bill To Polis, Colorado Public Radio

Transit & Civil Rights: The story of how the Freedom Riders revolutionized American travel, transit 60 years ago, Montgomery Advertiser

Transit Policy: CO: Gov. Polis signs law giving RTD flexibility to reduce bus and train fares, charge for parking in lots, Mass Transit Magazine

Bikeshare & Equity: Bike-share programs are shifting gears and prioritizing equity, Grist

Juneteenth: How Five Points leaders made Juneteenth a rich tradition in Denver, The Denver Channel

Transit & COVID-19: Commentary: Leverage transit infrastructure to increase vaccine access, StreetsBlog Denver

RTD & Transit: Front Range Rail Bill That Would Create A Special District To Support The Project Is Closer To Becoming Law, CPR

Open Space & Public Land: A Colorado county provides a model for saving the West’s open spaces, High Country News

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


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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.