What We Do

Boulder’s Transportation and Mobility Department is dedicated to building a people-first transportation system where everyone of all mobility levels can get where they need to go safely and efficiently. Walking and rolling are great ways to experience Boulder’s beautiful outdoors – in fact, Boulder features more than 150 miles of bike-friendly infrastructure and is consistently rated as one of the most bike- and pedestrian-friendly cities in the country.

The city strives to create a transportation system that is sustainable and reduces negative impacts on Boulder’s natural environment, whether that’s through electrifying our local bus fleet, supporting walkable neighborhoods or building multimodal infrastructure that makes it easy and convenient to choose non-vehicular modes of travel.

Boulder is also a Vision Zero city, which means it joins other cities worldwide in working to eliminating all serious injuries and fatalities caused by traffic crashes through safe street design.


A safe, accessible, and sustainable multimodal transportation system connecting people with each other and where they want to go. Our transportation system will:

Explore the plans and policies that support the Transportation Master Plan:

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