Why The First and Final Mile Matters
SH 119 is a key regional corridor that provides an important connection between Boulder and Longmont and to a number of key destinations. Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and a regional bikeway are planned for the corridor. The SH 119 First and Final Mile Study will provide phased recommendations for safe and comfortable multimodal connections to existing and future transit stops/stations, as well as to a more direct bikeway along SH 119. These recommendations will consider how the stations areas vary across the corridor—by land use, transit user and trip types, and the surrounding street network. Recommendations will include:
- Low-stress bicycle and pedestrian connections
- Way-finding signage
- Shared parking (Gunbarrel station only)
- Microtransit (Gunbarrel station only)
- Transportation Demand Management
- New programs
How You Can Engage in The Study
Join us for an online Town Hall where you can learn more about the project, ask questions to the project team, and provide your input on recommendations for the corridor. The same content will be shared at each Town Hall, so you only need to attend one of the following dates:
Complete the online survey to provide the project team with information on how you currently travel, ideas for first and final mile connections along SH 119, and priorities for implementation.
Complete the interactive Webmap to identify specific locations along the corridor where you do not feel safe walking or biking, or where you would like to see additional investment.
The study began April, 2020 and will be completed in March, 2021.
View the project timeline here: SH119 FFM Timeline.