Transportation Master Plan (TMP) 2018-2019 Update
We will be at several Walk and Bike Month events including:
• B360 Bicycle Event on June 3 • Mobility for All: Bike Demo and Walk on June 16 • Bike to Work Day breakfast stations on June 27
Boulder's Transportation Advisory Board will be hosting the Community Engagement Process for the 2018-2019 Update Process.
Pedestrian Plan Update
During the last TMP update in 2014 the City of Boulder updated the Transit Plan (Renewed Vision for Transit). With the 2018 TMP update the city will be diving into all things pedestrian, including sidewalks, multi-use paths, underpasses, pedestrian crossings and more.
Get ready to join the conversation. Learn more on the Pedestrian Plan update page.
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On Wed. Mar. 21, The city launched a community-driven update to Boulder's Transportation Master Plan(TMP) at the Millennium Harvest House. First adopted in 1989, the TMP reflects the community’s vision for programs and investments in transportation. TMP policies supported innovations such as the high frequency Community Transit Network, the multi-modal path system with 80 underpasses, the Eco Pass program and more. The event included an interactive open house and featured national visionaries on sustainable transportation, regional mobility and emerging technologies.
Click here to view the information boards presented at the event.
Panel speaker bios are provided below, followed by the time in the video to view each speaker's presentation:
Jeremy Klop , Director of Strategy at Fehr & Peers, led LA citywide Mobility Plan 2035 - 20 mins 00 Jeremy's Slides
Jeffrey Tumlin , principal and director of strategy at Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, author of Sustainable Transportation: Tools for Creating Healthy, Vibrant and Resilient Communities - 45 mins 45 Jeffrey's Slides
Kevin J. Krizek , Professor of Environmental Design and Environmental Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder, Fulbright Scholar and researcher on cycling, co-author of The End of Traffic and the Future of Access: A Roadmap to the New Transport Landscape - 1:09 hour Kevin's Slides
Francie Stefan , Mobility Manager for the City of Santa Monica, leads the citywide Strategic Goal to Create a New Model of Mobility 1:30 hour Francie's Slides
View all speaker presentations as a single PDF here (large file).
On Oct. 18, 2017, the City of Boulder and the Boulder Chamber sponsored an open house and panel discussion featuring discussions with national practitioners and researchers on the cutting edge of these technologies. This is just the start of the conversation about how Advanced Mobility will continue to impact how we move around—and how we plan for the future—in Boulder and the region. Visit the event page to learn about the speakers featured, and be sure to Check out the video!
About the Transportation Master Plan (TMP)
The TMP provides the policy basis for how transportation funding is spent, and what projects or programs the city focuses on to provide transportation services for its citizens. Learn more on the TMP Home Page.
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