Downtown Superior Modes

Transportation Options for Downtown Superior

Commuting Solutions has partnered with Downtown Superior to help you plan your visit or regular commute using sustainable transportation options.

Join Us for the Superior Summertime Ride-Along

July-September 2022

Events are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Explore the new Downtown Superior by foot, bike, or transit. Join Commuting Solutions and your neighbors for Bike Ride Meetups and Walk-and-Learns to experience first-hand all the benefits of taking more sustainable travel modes. 

Bike Ride Meetups

Explore Downtown Superior on a casual 1.5-hour ride, starting at HangryHorse Cafe. Dates: July 13 | Aug. 10 | Sept. 14; always from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Walk-and-Learn: All About RTD Transit

An active workshop all about RTD Transit and a walking tour to the US 36 & McCaslin Station. Dates: July 27 | Aug. 24 | Sept. 28; always from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

**Registration is now open for the Sept. 28 Walk-and-Learn.
Register here.

This event is made possible by Commuting Solutions in partnership with Town of Superior and Downtown Superior.

Superior for the Earth and You

Downtown Superior Modes is a program created to reduce vehicle trips to and from Superior’s new Downtown, which is a mixed-use development featuring housing, office and entertainment venues. The program assures that the lifestyle of the community is centered around positive travel behaviors that have less of an impact on the environment, US 36 and the surrounding roads.

Downtown Superior Modes Map

Plan your trip via transit, bicycling, carpool or ride share. Save time, money and reduce the environmental impacts of driving solo. You’ll help relieve the growing congestion and limited parking capacity of Downtown Superior and the popular SportStable facility. Downtown Superior Modes make for healthier transportation habits.

Way to Go

Commuting Solutions and Way to Go have partnered together to create a one-stop-shop for people to find carpools/vanpools, ways to get to and from work using public transit, cycling, walking and more!

For more information, visit: the My Way to Go designated for Downtown Superior and SportStable!

Help Us Get to Know You Better!

Survey

Take part in our survey to let us know what your travel behavior is when you travel to and from Downtown Superior!

Information collected in the survey will allow Commuting Solutions to gather information on how best to support further transportation options in the region!

Outreach

Need help with your commuting options? We’re here to help! Contact Cathi at cathi@commutingsolutions.org or call 303.604.4385.

Join Our Community

Get connected to the Downtown Superior Modes Community and be the first to know about additional services as they become available. Sign up for our email newsletters online!

More Information

RTD

The Regional Transportation District (RTD) operates Express and All-Station service along US 36 between Boulder and Denver, as well as locally. Downtown Superior is located nearest to the stations on US 36 & McCaslin Boulevard. Plan your door-to-door transit trip by downloading the RTD Mobile Ticketing app or by visiting RTD’s Trip Planner. For fare, route and schedule information, visit rtd-denver.com.

Carpool/Vanpool

The Denver Regional Council of Governments’ Way to Go partners work together to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality and make life better for the region’s residents. The My Way to Go website coordinates carpools and vanpools for commuters.

Visit the Downtown Superior Modes My Way to Go carpool network or email info@commutingsolutions.org to connect with commuters near you.

Cycling and Walking

The US 36 Bikeway provides a direct and protected commuter highway for bicyclists. This 18-mile bicycle corridor runs from Table Mesa Station in Boulder to 80th Avenue in Westminster and makes cycling and/or walking from Boulder to Westminster simpler and safer. From there, you can take the Coal Creek Regional Trail that will take you directly to Downtown Superior.

The Bike Northwest is an online interactive map for the northwest metro region that can help plan your route. 

Carshare

More to come when details are available.

Rideshare

Rideshare programs like Uber and Lyft are great commuting options! The pool feature allows for convenient, inexpensive and non-committal carpooling, and it’s simple! Download the application to your smartphone, synchronize a credit card and you’re able to enter pick-up and drop-off locations.

To learn more, visit uber.com and lyft.com.

Bike Library

Stay tuned for more details!

Resources

Partners