Transportation Demand Management
Exploration of a Community-Wide Eco Pass
The City of Boulder and Boulder County are partnering on a feasibility study for a potential community or county-wide Eco Pass program.
The study will identify:
- various scenarios of commercial, residential and municipal participation,
- estimated annual costs,
- potential funding mechanisms,
- issues relative to potential data needs, and
- the impact of estimated induced transit demand.
- The feasibility study is scheduled to be completed in June 2013.
Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Action Plan - May 29, 2014 open house
Over the years, Boulder’s parking system has evolved into a nationally recognized, district-based, multi-modal access system incorporating alternative modes (transit, bicycling and pedestrians) along with automobile parking in order to meet city goals, support the viability of the city’s historic commercial centers and maintain the livability of its neighborhoods.
The Downtown and University Hill Management Division and Parking Services Division recently started a new initiative to develop an Access and Parking Management Strategy (AMPS). AMPS will encompass updating the current access and parking management policies and programs and developing a new, overarching citywide strategy for access and parking management in alignment with city goals.
This project will work in close coordination with TMP efforts to ensure a holistic and unified approach to parking policies in Boulder.