US 287 Corridor Project – April 2021 Update

Boulder County and its regional partners are starting a multi-phases re-envisioning of the US 287 corridor between Broomfield and Longmont.

The first phase of the study examines the feasibility of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) implementation to address the growing congestion and travel demand in the area. The study will make recommendations to address transit travel times on US 287, identify potential funding sources and provide the framework for the implementation of BRT along the corridor.

Boulder County held a public meeting on April 14 to discuss multi-modal improvements on US 287. It included visuals of potential Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) guideways and allowed members of the public to ask questions and share opinions.

The video is available online at Boulder County’s website.

Currently, the County is seeking input on the US 287 BRT Study, which can be completed online.

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