City of Boulder Launches Access4Boulder Digital Engagement Hub, Virtual Workshops to Revitalize Access and Parking Strategies
The City of Boulder has launched Revitalizing Access in Boulder, a project to develop a balanced approach to multimodal transportation access and parking pricing for destinations across the city.
The project advances the work of the Access Management and Parking Strategy (AMPS), which was adopted by City Council in 2017.
Community members can provide their input on access and parking in Boulder through the new Access4Boulder digital hub, which features a variety of ways to engage with the Revitalizing Access in Boulder project, including a questionnaire and quick poll. The city will also host a virtual community workshop series on topics related to access and parking in Boulder from Nov. 30 through Dec. 3. Community members can sign up to join the sessions here.
Community input will help the city develop two key strategies to develop a better balance of access and parking needs in Boulder: a re-imagining of the current Neighborhood Parking Permit (NPP) Program and the creation of a new parking pricing approach for city-maintained on-street and off-street parking and curb uses that aligns with community priorities. These strategies will be developed to ensure that the city’s parking and transportation programs support the Boulder community’s goal of providing equitable and efficient access to destinations for a diversity of people using all transportation options.
The Revitalizing Access in Boulder project is a key deliverable of the city’s larger AMPS program, which aims to support the balance between providing sufficient vehicle parking and reducing the impacts vehicles have on quality of life. More information about AMPS can be found on the program webpage.
Samantha Glavin, Media Relations, 720-667-9480
Jennifer Bray, Media Relations, 720-413-4215
Published Nov. 18, 2020