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Transportation in Boulder Series

Transportation in Boulder Series

Yesterday. Today. Tomorrow.

The Transportation in Boulder Series was comprised of public presentations meant to inform residents on transportation issues in Boulder and to listen to their ideas and comments.

Session 1: Yesterday
Presented Monday, Oct. 22, 2001

Session 2: Today
Presented Monday, Oct. 29, 2001

Session 3: Tomorrow
Presented Monday, Nov. 5, 2001

Other Sessions

Session 4: The Program Side of Transportation Options
Presented Monday, April 29, 2002

Exploring the questions:

  • How can we reduce congestion?
  • What role can programs play in meeting our community goals?
  • How can we increase the efficient use of our facilities?
  • What can we do to improve access for customers and employees?

Session 5: Transportation Modeling - Opening the Black Box
Presented Monday, May 6, 2002

Answering the questions:

  • What is transportation modeling?
  • What can models really tell us?
  • What are the data and assumptions that go into a model?
  • How does the model project travel demand?
  • What is the role of modeling in the city's planning process

Session 6: GO Walk and Bike - Two Public Meetings
First Meeting: Presented Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2002

The session objectives were to:

  • Characterize Boulder's bicycle and pedestrian history;
  • Highlight achievements in making Boulder more bike and pedestrian friendly;
  • Explain Boulder's financial commitment to support bicycle and pedestrian modes;
  • Offer the opportunity to comment on programs, policies and facility improvements; and
  • Outline future plans to increase bicycle and pedestrian mode share.

More than 40 people attended the public meeting. Attendees identified a list of Top Bicycle and Pedestrian Issues and provided feedback to identify systematic Barriers to Bicycling/Walking in Boulder.

Second Meeting: Presented Wednesday, May 7, 2003

The session objectives were to:

  • Present proposed Action Strategies to incorporate into a revised draft of the bicycle and pedestrian system plan components of the Transportation Master Plan Update;
  • Solicit input on proposed map of existing and proposed bicycle facilities; and
  • Offer an overview of the virtual TMP and next steps.

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