Transportation Master Plan Ambassador Program
Are you passionate about making Boulder a city where taking the bus, riding a bike, or simply walking is just as easy and convenient as driving a car? Then sign up to become a Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Ambassador!
Transportation affects all of us, and as city staff develops policies for the future of mobility in Boulder through the 2019 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) update, we need the help of trusted and motivated community members to spread the word and engage their neighbors, friends and families on transportation issues. These "TMP Ambassadors" will be an integral part of making the 2019 TMP update a true community conversation.
What types of activities can TMP Ambassadors help with?
- Scheduling community meetings where transportation staff can chat with residents about what transportation system improvements are most important to them. We’re happy to meet with community members anywhere – from your local coffee shop to your civic organization to even your living room!
- Using their social media and email networks to spread the word about the TMP update and upcoming community events. This can be as simple as a retweet!
- Reviewing 2019 TMP update project materials and providing comments and feedback to city staff.
These are just a few examples, however - feel free to be creative and if you have other ideas on Ambassador duties, let us know!
How can I become a TMP Ambassasdor?
All you have to do is sign up using this form, and you become a TMP Ambassador! It's that easy.
What's the time commitment for being a TMP Ambassador?
Whatever you want it to be! TMP Ambassador involvement runs a spectrum - you only need to participate as much as you want to.
What are the benefits of being a TMP Ambassador?
You'll help shape the future of transportation in Boulder, engage community members in this important update and help the city reach its mobility, climate and sustainability goals. You'll also be able to review TMP draft materials before they are made public and directly impact the final 2019 TMP.
Where can I learn more about the TMP update?
Visit the 2019 TMP update homepage to learn more about the TMP, its focus areas, other ways to get involved and frequently asked questions.
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Jean Sanson, Senior Transportation Planner, at [email protected] or 303-870-5227.