From the lights in downtown to decorations in our own office, it is hard to resist the holiday spirit in the northwest metro region. At Commuting Solutions, not only do we embrace the festivities of the season, it is also a time for reflection and gratitude. In honor of the holiday season, we wanted to share our gratitude.
Thank you, Commuters!
At Commuting Solutions, we believe that every ride counts. Whether you chose to ride the bus every day or participate in Bike to Work Day every summer, we wanted to say thank you! Your decision to choose a sustainable commute option plays a critical role in reducing traffic congestion and increasing air quality throughout the northwest metro region.
Thank you, Partners!
The innovation and progress to increase commuter options in the region would not be possible without the support, passion and dedication of our partners. Thank you to the organizations that have played a critical role in helping to set the pace for the region. We look forward to our continued partnership for years to come.
Thank you, US 36 Mayors & Commissioners and Board of Directors!
Our gratitude would not be complete without thanking the US 36 Mayors & Commissioners Coalition as well as the Commuting Solutions Board of Directors for lighting the way this year. Your leadership is a key ingredient to our advocacy efforts to advance multi-modal transportation investments in the region.
While we are grateful for the progress of 2017, we would be remiss to not share our excitement for 2018. Over the past few months, we’ve been working closely with our partners to bring additional commuter options to the northwest metro region, increase the connectivity of our community and expand our coalition to include more advocates for sustainable transportation.
We’ll be kicking off the new year with a bang and unveiling a new initiative at our 9th Legislative Breakfast on January 9th at the Lionsgate Event Center, Lafayette. Network with elected officials, the US 36 Mayors & Commissioners Coalition, transportation partners and business leaders during a morning of advocacy prior to the start of the 2018 state legislative session.
We wish everyone happy holidays and leave you with our suggested New Years’ resolution: In 2018, engage in the transportation momentum for the northwest metro region.
Picture Credit: Downtown Louisville, Colorado