While many in our industry are thrilled to see few vehicles traveling while social distancing is in full force, reduced travel demand means lower revenue being generated through the gas tax, which is the primary way transportation funding is generated. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) estimates a revenue shortfall of nearly $250 million over […]Read More
Our Signature Events
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.
Our quarterly Membership Meetings convene nearly 100 regional leaders and elected officials to network and learn about the latest transportation progress and priorities for our region.
June 9 – Quarterly Membership Meeting
June 24 – State Highway 119 Membership Meeting
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.
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 provide tools needed to encourage co-workers to take advantage of sustainable transportation options that improve mobility and quality of life.
Next event: Wednesday, May 20. Register here.
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.
Commuting Solutions News
The COVID-19 pandemic threw us all into a living laboratory that is greatly affecting our lives and our physical world. As movement continues to be restricted, the environmental impacts of not as many workers commuting to their office are hard to ignore. We’re keeping an eye on some of the positive implications, including improved air […]Read More
Earlier this week, we welcomed RTD Directors Lynn Guissinger and Judy Lubow, and RTD Lead Service Planner Nataly Handlos, to our second COVID-19 webinar to discuss recent safety changes and the upcoming 40% service reduction (effective Sunday, April 19) on RTD public transit. Five weeks ago, the world was very different for RTD. They were […]Read More
Commuting Solutions is exploring evolving programs and services to best support our community today, during the transition back to workplaces, and in the future. To learn about what our members and community are experiencing and observing around commuting and transportation during COVID-19, Commuting Solutions hosted our first webinar last week! You can watch the replay […]Read More
At Commuting Solutions we’ve taken several steps to make certain our staff, clients and partners remain healthy as we comply with federal, state, regional, and local recommendations for social distancing and health recommendations. We’re committed to doing our part to minimize the spread of the virus. Here’s how we’re managing right now. Commuting Solutions operations continue with all staff working […]Read More
Bringing the Coalition Together To start the new year and the new decade, Commuting Solutions was joined by a powerhouse lineup of speakers at our 11th Legislative Breakfast to set the tone for the legislative session ahead of us. On January 6, public and private sector stakeholders, elected officials and transportation advocates and businesses gathered […]Read More