Accomplishments & Awards
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) Service and the 18-mile US 36 Bikeway. The project was awarded the 2016 Project of the Year Award by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association.
Initiated the first segment of the B-Line rail service, formerly known as Northwest Rail.
Currently implementing top recommendations from the US 36 First and Final Mile Study including: expanding branded wayfinding signage along the US 36 corridor and constructing Bike-n-Ride Shelters at nine US 36 RTD Stations.
Awarded the Association for Commuter Transportation’s 2015 Marketing and Outreach Partnership Award
Awarded the Association for Commuter Transportation’s 2015 Outstanding Transportation Management Association (TMA)
Awarded the Association for Commuter Transportation’s 2015 Excellence in Advocacy Award for our work identifying funding for the US 36 Express Lanes Project
Awarded the Superior Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Independent Business of the Year
Awarded the Association for Commuter Transportation’s 2018 Excellence in Advocacy Award for our Transportation Matters Business Initiative
In the News
The Colorado Sun: Opinion: We applaud moves by Colorado lawmakers and federal leaders on transportation funding
Boulder Weekly: All roads lead to Boulder
Boulder Daily Camera: Improvement plans for Diagonal Highway between Longmont, Boulder progressing
Longmont Leader: Study for Diagonal Highway improvements set to be released in April
Longmont Leader: Initial $70M secured to begin efforts to add BRT, other improvements to Diagonal Highway
Longmont Times-Call: Some Boulder County commuters still hopeful for rail
Bizwest Local leaders lay out 2021 transportation priorities during Commuting Solutions gathering
Longmont Leader Bagley: Improving Colo. 119 high priority on area’s transportation to-do list
CPR News: As Gasoline Tax Revenues Fall, Polis And Legislative Leaders Eye New Fees To Shore Up Colorado’s Transportation Funding
StreetsBlog Denver: Back on Track: What’s Next for the RTD Board of Directors?
Bizwest: Commuting Solutions to convene Legislative Breakfast
Longmont Leader: Mayor Bagley to be among speakers at Commuting Solutions Legislative Breakfast
Denver Business Journal: Colorado companies embracing telecommuting beyond the pandemic
Longmont Leader: Funding for Colo. 119 revamp could be in peril as RTD faces budget woes
Longmont Times Call: City, county leaders talk plans to remodel Colo. 119 between Longmont, Boulder
The Longmont Leader: Vision for Diagonal Highway remains, but funding still in progress due to COVID, other factors
Left Hand Valley Courier: Study Launched to Improve Diagonal Commute
Longmont Times-Call: Colo. 119 project planners seek to learn how Boulder County residents get to transit options
Daily Camera: Commuting Solutions to Host Town Hall about CO 119