You're invited to celebrate!

The event will include a ribbon cutting, remarks from the city and its partners, refreshments and activities centered around walking and biking.

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30th and Colorado Protected Intersection and Underpass Celebration America/Denver <p class="address" translate="no"><span class="address-line1">Northeast corner of intersection and Scott Carpenter Park</span><br> <span class="locality">Boulder</span>, <span class="administrative-area">CO</span><br> <span class="country">United States</span></p> MM/DD/YYYY CONFIRMED OPAQUE

Open for travel!

Boulder’s first fully protected intersection is now open for travel as construction of the 30th Street and Colorado Avenue Protected Intersection and Underpass project nears completion. The city invites the community to learn how to use the intersection through a short educational video, and to celebrate the project safety improvements at the ribbon cutting.

“We're excited to announce the long-awaited opening of the intersection to support safer and more comfortable transportation,” said Transportation and Mobility Capital Projects Manager Gerrit Slatter. “As we complete the finishing touches, we invite our community to join us with our partners in celebrating this significant achievement.”

Event Details

11:30 a.m. | Scott Carpenter Park

Biking and walking tours will depart from Scott Carpenter Park at 11:30 a.m. and end at the project celebration location, the northeast corner of the intersection in the underpass plaza. The tours are held in partnership with the Boulder Cruiser Ride, a local bicycle group, and Boulder Walks, a community walking program.

11:30 a.m. | Northeast corner of the intersection

Free refreshments and mingling at the northeast corner of the intersection in the underpass plaza beginning at 11:30 a.m.

Noon | Northeast corner of the intersection

The project celebration will kickoff with remarks from city staff, City Council, the Transportation Advisory Board, the University of Colorado Boulder, and the Colorado Department of Transportation, and will include a ribbon cutting beginning at noon at the northeast corner of the intersection.

People waiting to cross the street at a protected intersection