Last month the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) announced bold new transportation pollution reduction planning standards to reduce pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector. The proposed standard […]Read More
Commuting Solutions hosts a variety of events throughout the year to make sure you can be engaged with Commuting Solutions and our partners in the region.
Commuting Solutions SH 119 Membership Meeting will be held Tuesday, June 8 from 9-10:30 a.m.
Welcome and Introductions: Audrey DeBarros, Commuting Solutions Executive Director
RTD Board Updates: Lynn Guissinger, RTD District O Director; Erik Davidson, RTD District I Director
SH 119 Bikeway Kick-Off: Stacey Proctor, Boulder County Project Manager
SH 119 Safety & Mobility Project Update: Adnana Murtic, Colorado Department of Transportation Project Manager
GHG Pollution Reduction Roadmap & Transportation: Will Toor, Colorado Energy Office Executive Director
Commuting Solutions’ Membership Meeting
August 10 9-10:30 a.m.
Stay tuned for more details!
Our Signature Events
We host several signature events regularly throughout the year. Learn about these events and contact us to learn how you can get more involved.
Our Membership Meetings convene nearly 100 regional leaders and elected officials to network and learn about the latest transportation progress and priorities for our region.
In 2021, Commuting Solutions will host three Membership Meetings, three SH 119 Membership Meetings and two US 287 Membership Meetings.
Workplace Commute Ambassadors (WCA) Meetings
Our WCA network is comprised of sustainable commute advocates who strive to inspire commute behavior change at their workplaces. Our WCA meetings, which occur twice a year, provide tools needed to encourage co-workers to take advantage of sustainable transportation options that improve mobility and quality of life.
Bike to Work Day
Bike to Work Day is an annual event held on the fourth Wednesday of June. The Denver Metro region is proud to host the second-largest event in the country. The statewide event energizes businesses, residents and employees to support bicycling as a healthy and viable form of transportation. The Denver Metro region also participates in the international Winter Bike to Work Day each year.
Join fellow regional leaders and learn about legislative priorities regarding transportation projects and funding during the upcoming legislative session. The Legislative Breakfast serves as a platform to hear from public and private sector industry leaders about the future of transportation and mobility in the region.
Sustainable Transportation Summit
The Sustainable Transportation Summit focuses on the future of transportation technology, land use development, mobility and innovation in the northwest metro region. Attendees gain resources and access to local, regional and national transportation, community development and technology experts.
Commuting Solutions News
Last month, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) proposed new transportation pollution reduction planning standards which will reduce pollutions and greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector, improve air quality, […]Read More
The US 287 Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study is coming to its conclusion with the modeling results and Stations Area Toolkit completed. The Northwest Area Mobility Study (NAMS) identified the […]Read More
RTD Approves Funding to Update Northwest Rail Study The Regional Transportation District (RTD) Board recently approved to study implementation of a peak-service rail schedule to northwest communities and supported most […]Read More
CO 119 Corridor Project Boulder County released its video about the CO 119 corridor project! CO 119 Bikeway Project Boulder County recently held a virtual public meeting to discuss the […]Read More
The Colorado Transportation Commission, approved $238 million funding for critical transportation projects statewide, including more than $89 million for the Denver metro region. Last month, Gov. Jared Polis signed Senate Bill […]Read More