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Biking and Walking Maps
The Boulder Valley has more than 300 miles of bikeway, including 96 miles of bike lanes, 84 miles of multi-use paths, 50 miles of designated bike routes and Neighborhood GreenStreets prioritized for bicycle and pedestrian travel.
The Safe Streets Report measures traffic crash data in the City of Boulder. It identifies trends in crashes, evaluates past safety improvement efforts, and provides an overview of the city's efforts to continuously improve transportation safety.
Transportation Report on Progress
The report measures the City of Boulder’s progress toward achieving the goals of the Transportation Master Plan. It is updated every two years and serves as an overview of where the city has made progress and where there are areas for improvement.
A well-maintained transportation system ensures the safe and efficient movement of people, goods and services and is essential to the city's economic vitality and environmental sustainability.
The HOP bus is a community transit service through the heart of Boulder
The Transportation and Mobility Department offers several year-round volunteer opportunities to community members and organizations looking to give back in meaningful ways. Learn more on the Volunteer Programs webpage or view the maps below to find adoptable locations to volunteer at in your neighborhood.
Biking and Walking Data
Drive Time Studies
Drive time studies have been on pause since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A drive time study measures the time it takes to get across the City of Boulder during peak traffic hours, which are 7:30 a.m., noon and 5 p.m. The purpose of these studies is to determine how congestion on Boulder's major arterial streets is changing over time.
Modal Shift Report | Boulder Valley Resident Travel Study
The Modal Shift Report documents the results of the bi- or tri-annual travel diary study, which includes a travel survey and diary. This survey has been conducted since 1990 and asks representatives from more than a thousand households in the Boulder Valley to track all their trips greater than two blocks in length for a 24-hour period.
This report tracks changes in the number of trips, trip type and characteristics, and mode of travel used over the years for Boulder Valley residents. Trip characteristics are also compared to regional and national data and are reported by standard demographic characteristics such as age, sex, student, owner/renter, type of housing unit, income, and car, bike and EcoPass availability.
Data from the study helps inform city planning efforts and track progress to meet Transportation Master Plan goals.
Boulder Valley Employee Survey
The Boulder Valley Employee Survey (BVES) is a biennial survey of employees who work within the Boulder Valley. The BVES was designed to understand an important dimension of travel behavior within Boulder, that of employees who work in Boulder, but who may not necessarily live here.
The first survey of Boulder Valley employees’ transportation habits was conducted in the summer of 1991. This report tracks changes in the number of trips, trip type and characteristics, and mode of travel used over the years for Boulder Valley employees. Trip characteristics are also compared to regional and national data and are reported by standard demographic characteristics such as age, sex, owner/renter, income, distance from work, city of residence, job requirements, and car, bike and Eco Pass availability.