Who We Are
For almost 20 years, Commuting Solutions’ mission has been to enhance the mobility of commuters in the northwest metro region for today and the future. From technology developments to a recent boom in Colorado’s population, much has changed since 1998, but we remain true to our mission of bringing innovative travel solutions to the northwest metro region.
As the Transportation Management Organization (TMO) for the US 36 corridor, our role is to improve the economic vitality of the region, maximize the use of our existing infrastructure and work alongside local governments to improve infrastructure and region-wide connectivity.
Helped secure $497 million to construct the US 36 Express Lanes Project, leading to the construction of bi-directional Express Lanes, Flatiron Flyer Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and the 18-mile US 36 Bikeway. (The project was awarded the 2016 Project of the Year by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association.)
Initiated the first segment of the B Line (formerly Northwest Rail).
Developed a two-year social marketing campaign that inspired 2,637 solo drivers to switch to carpooling, vanpooling or public transit, resulting in an estimated 500 fewer vehicles traveling the corridor each day.
Currently implementing top recommendations from the US 36 First and Final Mile Study, including: expanding wayfinding signage along the US 36 Bikeway and around US 36 RTD stations and constructing Bike-n-Ride bus shelters at nine US 36 RTD stations.
Association for Commuter Transportation’s 2015 Marketing and Outreach Partnership Award
Association for Commuter Transportation’s 2015 Outstanding TMA Award
Association for Commuter Transportation’s 2015 Excellence in Advocacy Award
Superior Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Independent Business of the Year
For information, interviews and questions regarding:
Transportation advocacy, technology and public policy
Transportation Demand Management (TDM) planning
First-and-final mile connectivity
The US 36 and Northwest region
The Northwest Area Mobility Study and RTD FasTracks
Contact Audrey DeBarros at 303-604-4383 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Commuting Solutions In The News
Commuting Solutions Appoints Board of Directors and Board Officers
8th Legislative Breakfast Defines Transportation Priorities for the 2017 Session
Commuting Solutions and the Northwest Chamber Alliance to Host 8th Legislative Breakfast
Preserving the US 36 Bikeway for Today and the Future
Keeping Regional Businesses and Governments in the Transportation Know
Friends of the US 36 Bikeway Hosts a Series of Fall Rides for US 36 Communities
A Vantastic Way to Reduce Traffic Congestion
Workplace Challenge Shifted US 36 Employees Away from Cars and onto Bikes
US 36 Corridor Celebrates Bikeway Opening With Community Ride on June 18
Bike to Work Day in the US 36 Corridor
With a Little Help From our Friends (of the US 36 Bikeway)
Commuting Solutions Launches the Bike 36 Challenge
BizWest – 36 Commuting Solutions expands service area, rebrands
Denver Streetsblog – 36 Commuting Solutions expands service area, rebrands
BizWest – Northwest chambers plan legislative forum on transportation
The Daily Camera – Boulder County sees chilly reception for switch to HOV 3 on U.S. 36
The Denver Post – HOV 3 marks a change in the Denver metro commuter numbers game
Broomfield Enterprise – Transit group asking riders for feedback
Westminster Window – Highway 36 news in a hurry
Westminster Window – With a little help from Friends (of the US 36 Bikeway)
BizWest – DRCOG awards Commuting Solutions grant to fund signs
Colorado Hometown Weeky – Commuting Solutions receives grant to fund signs
Longmont Times-Call – RTD board seat attracts candidates from Longmont, Broomfield
Colorado Hometown Weekly – Challenge promotes new U.S. 36 bike lanes
BizWest – Friends of the US 36 Bikeway seeks volunteers
Daily Camera – Community bicycle ride to celebrate completion of U.S. 36 bikeway
Daily Camera – Outdoor recreation things to do in Boulder June 16-18