Connecting People and Places - Complete Streets Open House and Panel Discussion
We are bringing the expertise of national leaders to Boulder who are helping to transform their cities in the way of access (and parking) management, complete streets, and pedestrian friendly initiatives.
Join us for one or all of the FREE upcoming panel discussions
Pedestrian Friendly Initiatives
Attend a panel discussion for a collaborative learning experience of pedestrian friendly initiatives in Boulder! Join the kick-off process to update the city's Pedestrian Plan integrating the 2.0 multimodal network analysis to improve safety and enhance pedestrian, bicycle, transit and vehicle connections in Boulder!
Keynote Speakers and location to be announced winter 2016
On Wednesday, Oct. 19, the city hosted a panel discussion and Complete Streets open house for a colloborative learning experience on Complete Streets! The event served as an opportunity to learn about community planning processes, data collection methods and implementation strategies. The panel discussion featured national practitioners from around the county discussing lessons learned and the benefits and challenges associated with creating Complete Streets.
Watch the Panel Discussion
If you were unable to attend the panel discussion in person, please feel free to view the panel discussion at your convenience, by clicking on the video below:
City of Davis
Manager, Active Transportation Division
City of Austin
Director of Transportation and Mobility
City of Denver
Transportation Program Manager
City of Cambridge
Co-Director, Sustainable Cities Initiative
Professor, Planning, Public Policy & Management
University of Oregon
John D. Simmerman, MS
President and Co-Founder
Advocates for Healthy Communities, Inc.
What is the value of public parking?
On Thursday, Sept. 29, the community was invited to attend a panel discussion on the value of public parking in Boulder! This event served as the kickoff event for a longer process identifying how much we should charge for public parking spaces. Experts from around the country discussed topics including the shared economy, autonomous vehicles and big data.
Questions? Contact Us
1101 Arapahoe Ave.
Boulder, CO 80302
Senior Transportation Planner