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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

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
Daily Camera: Commuting Solutions Convenes Stakeholders in Kick Off SH 119 Membership Meeting
Daily Camera: State, local government officials meet to discuss transportation visions for 2020
Colorado Public Radio: Lawmakers Agree Colorado’s Roads Need More TLC. They Definitely Don’t Agree On How To Pay For It
Daily Camera: Commuting Solutions transportation summit: Fix for transit woes likely rests in ride-sharing, incentivizing choice
Daily Camera: Commuting Solutions’ CU Boulder summit to examine transportation demands, autonomous vehicle impacts
Daily Camera: Heavy commuting into Boulder drives challenges for city
Biz West: Commuting Solutions, Waze launch on-demand ‘casual carpooling’ program
Westminster Window: Looking for answers to transportation questions
  Daily Camera: New carpool program for U.S. 36 corridor launching Monday
Daily Camera: Carpool program seeks to reduce traffic on U.S. 36, improve air quality
Denver Post: U.S. 36 carpool program seeks to reduce traffic, improve air quality
Fox31: Casual Carpool: RTD, CDOT launches Colorado’s first carpool matching app