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May 7, 2021

May, 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.

May 10, 2:00-3:50 p.m.

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Welcome & Introductions

  • Ice Breaker Break Out Session

Meeting Clients Needs During a Pandemic Panel

  • Boulder County Public Health, Nick Robles
  • RTD Access-a-Ride, Paul Hamilton
  • Nederland Area Seniors, Nicole Cavalino
  • Via Mobility Services, Lisa Bitzer

Break Out Session: MAC Redesign

  • Brainstorming MAC Goals

US 287 Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study

  • Community Conversation, Jeff Butts



May 12
Using Uber Workshop,
Mobility for All

May 12
Bicycle Friendly Driver Class

May 13
Boulder + Weld County Virtual Town Hall
Via Mobility Services

June 8
SH19 Membership Meeting
Commuting Solutions

June 16
Board of Directors Public Hearing on Public Engagement Plan

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Transportation Resources for Reaching Vaccines

Vaccine Clinic

The Boulder County Mobility and Access Coalition (MAC), formerly Local Coordinating Council, is responsible for ensuring that all county residents, including the most vulnerable, have access to reliable and affordable transportation options. Transportation is one of the largest obstacles in vaccinating vulnerable populations; therefore, the transportation options linked below, aim to serve Boulder County residents regardless of financial status and/or access to private transportation. Boulder County’s multiple transportation options have made changes to their services to make vaccine trips a top priority.

Boulder County Mobility for All continues to regularly convene MAC working group meetings to collaboratively address the intersection of transportation and vaccine access. A Vaccine Transportation Partner Toolkit and social media graphics can be found HERE.

If you have questions or ideas about the coordination of vaccine transportation, contact Mobility for All Staff at

City of Boulder

City of Boulder City Council Approves Micromobility Recommendations


Boulder City Council unanimously approve a micromobility traffic ordinance that expands the types of micromobility devices that are allowed, in the City. This ordinance dictates where micromobility devices can be used and where they must be dismounted and provides some guidance to ensure safety.

More information can be found here, or by visiting Micromobility in Boulder

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Boulder County Electric Vehicle Case Study

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Electric Vehicles (EVs) are key component in Boulder Counties sustainability goals. To ensure that equity is at the forefront of the EV discussion Mobility for All partnered with Nelson/Nygaard to research and compile EV Case Studies.

The case study research project built on previous projects NelsonNygaard conducted nationwide, so Boulder County benefited from the most recent information in the electric vehicle field. Through the course of the research project, Nelson/Nygaard developed approximately nine case studies.

The full report can be read here

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Boulder Transportation Connections and Boulder Chamber of Commerce Join Forces

Boulder Transportation Connections (BTC), the local nonprofit Transportation Management Organization (TMO) focused on promoting transportation choices that are efficient and sustainable, has integrated into the Boulder Chamber as of April 1.

Merging BTC under the Boulder Chamber umbrella of business and community services and economic vitality organizations, which includes the Boulder Economic Council and the Boulder Chamber Foundation, is expected to advance the shared mission of improving commute options for Boulder’s workforce and residents. Operating as a unified organization will elevate awareness of BTC services among area businesses and residents, strengthen Boulder’s voice in regional transportation issues and more efficiently deliver mobility service.

Find out more here

Get Involved

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Bicycle-Friendly Driver Webinar

After certifying 2,000 Bicycle-Friendly Drivers through 2020, Bicycle Colorado is excited to continue to support drivers through our webinars. We will cover laws and safe practices for both road users, how to navigate on-street bicycle infrastructure and how to avoid common crashes between drivers and bicyclists.

Click here to register

Opportunities Learn and Grow

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Podcast: Why Transit Projects Fail, The Weeds, Vox

Think Piece: Public Safety at the City’s Core, Azure

Toolkit: Mask Up Toolkit, U.S. Department of Transportation

Report: Meeting the Needs of Older Adults Living in Rural Communities, N4A

Webinar: Improving Access doe All: Bringing Om-Demand Technology to Paratransit, Eno Center for Transportation

In the News

The Digital Divide: A New Digital Divide: People Without Smartphones Struggle To Get Colorado Unemployment Benefits, CPR

School Transportation: Commentary: 100 Years of School Safety Patrol Coming to Denver, Streetsblog Denver

Transit and Equity: RTD aimed for equity when making pandemic-era cuts, and it got pretty dang close, Denverite

Pedestrian Safety: Guest Op-Ed: It’s Time to Do Away with the E’s and Embrace the Public Health Approach in Transportation Safety, Eno Center for Transportation

Rail: State Rail Commission Recommends Boulder-Longmont Route For Proposed Front Range Rail Line, CPR

RTD and Transit: New Mental Health Clinicians Are A Key Part Of RTD’s Changing Security System, CPR

Colorado Transportation: Working To Clear Roadblocks To Improve Colorado’s Transportation System, CPR

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.