Transportation Master Plan
The City of Boulder is currently preparing the 2019 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) update. The TMP is the guiding policy document for the city of Boulder's transportation system and is organized around five focus areas: Complete Streets , Regional Travel , Transportation Demand Management , Funding and Sustainability
The 2019 TMP assesses how far the community has come in meeting its mobility and sustainability goals since the last version of the TMP was released in 2014 and establishes transportation policy and investment priorities for the future.
News and Events
On Sept. 17, 2019, the Boulder City Council approved the 2019 Transportation Master Plan (TMP). The 2019 TMP is the guiding policy document for the city of Boulder's transportation system and has been significantly revised and reorganized around ten key initiatives. These initiatives represent the work areas that are key to meeting our sustainability, transportation and greenhouse gas reduction targets by 2030.
More about the background of the TMP can be found by clicking the 2014 TMP button above. The 2014 TMP was organized around five focus areas: Complete Streets, Regional Travel, Transportation Demand Management, Funding and Sustainability.
View the 2019 TMP and appendices:
- 2019 Transportation Master Plan
- Action Plan
- Appendix A: Street Classification Map
- Appendix B: TMP Map of All Capital Projects
- Appendix C: 2019 Low-Stress Walk and Bike Network Plan
- Draft 2019 Pedestrian Plan (*this draft includes highlighted changes made based on community feedback - final version coming soon)
TMP 2019 Update Community Engagement Summary
View the latest Summary of Community Engagement for the period of October 2017 - August 2019.
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