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The Living Lab allows the city to test new street designs intended to enhance travel safety and is part of the 2014 Transportation Master Plan. Your experience is a vital component of the Living Lab evaluation process.
With the exception of the Boulder Junction projects, the Living Lab projects have been thoroughly tested and evaluated. Staff recommends leaving the remaining pilot projects in place and to conclude the Living Lab program. More information and an update on the remaining projects can be found here.
The Living Lab Phase II - Folsom Street project provided the opportunity to learn and apply many important lessons with respect to public outreach and communications; data collection, analysis and reporting; and project installation. The documents below detail the lessons learned and includes an information packet to the Transportation Advisory Board (5-2-16) and a Lessons Learned presentation.
On Thursday, April 21, the Living Lab project team, along with the rest of the City of Boulder Transportation Division, hosted a Complete Streets Open House to explore how the city is improving the transportation system to meet the safety and the sustainability goals of the community.
The Open House featured key findings from the following Living Lab Pilot Projects:
- Baseline Road Protected Bike Lane
- Harvard Lane Dashed Bike Lanes
- Folsom Street
Community feedback will help guide next steps on whether to continue, refine or remove the street design treatments currently being tested along Folsom Street. This was one of several forums planned this spring to share information and gather community feedback on the Living Lab Pilot Projects.
To view the Living Lab Pilot Project information presented at the April 21 Open House. please see below: