February 8, 2023
Andrew Barth, 303-441-1032
Public Invited to Comment on 2024-2027 Transportation Improvement Program Applications
Feedback on Boulder County grant applications will help guide decision makers
Boulder County, Colo. - In Fall 2022, the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) invited local governments in Boulder County to apply for grant funding as part of the 2024-2027 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Subregional Share Call for Projects. This funding is eligible to be used for a wide variety of transportation projects, including bicycle and pedestrian improvements, bridge repair and replacement, roadway reconstruction, safety, and transit.
DRCOG received 20 applications, including 10 from Boulder County:
- Boulder Countywide Strategic Transit Plan (application)(supplemental materials)
- Boulder County Vision Zero Safe Routes to School Action Plan (application)(supplemental materials)
- Lafayette-Louisville-Boulder Protected Bikeway Feasibility Study (application)(supplemental materials)
- Longmont to Boulder (LOBO) Trail - Jay Road Connection (application)(supplemental materials)
- SH-119 Bikeway: Airport Rd. to Hover St. (application)(supplemental materials)
- SH-119 Bikeway: Foothills Pkwy. to Jay Rd. (application)(supplemental materials)
- SH-119 Bikeway: Niwot Rd. to Airport Rd. (application)(supplemental materials)
- SH-93 Bikeway Feasibility Study: SH-170 to Jefferson County Line (application)(supplemental materials)
- South Boulder Rd. BRT Study: SH-7 & 119th St. to Broadway & Table Mesa Dr. (application)(supplemental materials)
- Southeast Boulder County SuperFlex Demand Response Transit Service (application)(supplemental materials)
Visit Boulder County’s website for list of all 20 applications and application information.
Provide Your Feedback
If you want to see a project or set of projects funded, now is your chance to speak up! Comments can be submitted via DRCOG’s webmap, or by contacting Kellsie Forfar-Jones, public engagement planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 303-480-5658. Comments are due by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2023.
Applications will be scored based on their impact to the Boulder County Subregion, their contribution to safety, active transportation (walking and biking), air quality, multimodal mobility, freight, and regional transit goals, and their project readiness.
In March, elected officials in Boulder County will make a funding recommendation to DRCOG based on the applications’ scores and public comments received.
To request information about the DRCOG 2024-2027 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Subregional Share Call for Projects in languages other than English, please reach out to the Boulder County Mobility for All Program, email@example.com or call 720-564-2218.
Para solicitar información sobre la convocatoria subregional de proyectos compartidos del Programa de Mejora del Transporte (TIP) DRCOG 2024-2027 en otros idiomas además del inglés, envíe un correo al Programa de Movilidad para Todos del condado de Boulder, a firstname.lastname@example.org o llame al 720-564-2218.