Boulder Junction (previously known as the Transit Village) is a 160-acre redevelopment area located in the geographic center of the community, connecting west and east Boulder. It is becoming a state of the art transit-oriented development that features a bus rapid transit (BRT) station, residential, commercial, and retail space. The centerpiece of this area will be RTD's underground transit facility opening this summer and located adjacent to the new Hyatt Place Hotel. Robust transit service is critical to supporting a transit-centered lifestyle in the Boulder Junction area. RTD will soon be making some important decisions regarding US 36 BRT service to Boulder Junction.
This video shows the place that Boulder Junction is becoming and the importance of providing robust BRT service to leverage the significant public (city and RTD) and private investment to support a true transit-centered lifestyle at Boulder Junction.
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The City of Boulder is also offering tours of the Boulder Junction district to community members. If you have questions or would like to participate in a tour, please contact Jean Sanson at email@example.com.
Bus Services - Regional Transportation District (RTD)
- Comment on RTD's Proposed Fare Changes
- Comment on RTD's Proposed US 36 Bus Rapid Transit Service Plan
Later in April 2015, the City of Boulder and US 36 Mayors and Commissioners Coalition will be providing RTD with separate comments.
- June 2015 - Concil Update on Regional Transportaion Dristric Items
- April 8, 2015 - Boulder City Council Letter to RTD
- April 3, 2015 - US 36 Mayors & Commissioners Coalition: Comments on RTD's Proposed Fare Study Recommendations
- March 10, 2015 - US 36 Mayors & Commissioners Coalition and 36 Commuting Solutions: Consolidated Comments on RTD's Proposed US 36 BRT Operating Plan and Fare Study Requirements
- Attend open houses on May 4, 6, and 20, and share your feedback with staff. View all Living Lab engagement opportunities.
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