Transportation Options in the Northwest Metro Region

Cyclists on 36 Bikeway


Cycling to work is one of the most powerful ways to positively impact our region’s traffic congestion and air quality.

Woman in cycling gear exits RTD Flatiron Flyer bus


Public transit is the most efficient way to connect commuters to their final destination.

Man and woman carpooling


From bike share to autonomous vehicles, new innovations are constantly emerging in the world of transportation.

About Commuting Solutions

We connect people to places in the northwest metro region today and for the future.

Commuting Solutions is dedicated to delivering innovative transportation options that connect commuters to their workplaces, businesses to their employees and residents to their communities. We advocate for infrastructure and transportation improvements, create essential partnerships and educate citizens. 

Upcoming Events

Setting the Pace for the Northwest Metro Region

Regional Planning

Commuting Solutions works with local partners, jurisdictions and stakeholders to provide and create sustainable and multimodal options in the Denver northwest metro region.

Project corridors include CO 7, CO 119, CO 42, and US 287

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Downtown Superior sign in Downtown Superior

Local Projects

Commuting Solutions is working with the Town of Superior and Ranch Capital to provide sustainable transportation options for Downtown Superior called Downtown Superior Modes.

News and Updates

Five Car-Free Ways to Have Fun This Summer

Five Car-Free Ways to Have Fun this Summer

Summer Fun Abounds in the Northwest Metro Region There are countless things to do in our beautiful state during the summer months. Whether you are looking for a day trip

Pedal, Smile, Repeat on Bike to Work Day

Pedal, Smile, Repeat. That’s what you’ll do on your way to work (or wherever you’re going) on June 26!  Celebrate Bike to Work Day with tens of thousands of commuters

8th Sustainable Transportation Summit
Get Your Tickets Today!

August 27, 2024  | 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
At the Longmont Museum and Cultural Center