US 36 Bikeway: A Highway for Cyclists

At 18 miles in length and connecting the US 36 & Table Mesa Station in Boulder to 80th Avenue in Westminster, the 12-foot wide bikeway provides a safer ride for cyclists throughout the northwest metro region. Not only does the US 36 Bikeway help connect commuters to their workplace, but also to activity centers, local businesses, six RTD Stations and other local routes to communities throughout the northwest metro region.

Plan your next adventure on the US 36 Bikeway by mapping your route using our Bike Northwest online map!

Looking Back: The Start of the US 36 Mayors & Commissioners Coalition

Will Toor is director of the transportation program at the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP), a Colorado based nonprofit that advocates for energy efficiency in six southwestern states. In this role he works to advance both smart growth transportation strategies and electric vehicles. Prior to working at SWEEP, Will spent 15 years in local government, […]

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Happy Anniversary to CDOT’s US 36 Express Lanes Project

This time last year, we were celebrating the completion of CDOT’s US 36 Express Lanes Project, one of the largest construction projects in Colorado! This summer, we are pleased to share that the efforts and patience of the traveling public during construction has paid off. A model for the nation, the US 36 Express Lanes […]

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Free Ride on US 36 Express Lanes for CU Boulder’s Graduation on May 7

Plenary Roads Denver waives tolls to thank commuters and communities along corridor as US 36 project completion draws near – Go Buffs! BOULDER, CO – May 4, 2016 – Plenary Roads Denver (PRD) today announced that tolls on US 36 Express Lanes will be waived for University of Colorado’s graduation on Saturday, May 7. This […]

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