Safe transportation is a priority for the City of Boulder, and the city strives to keep its streets, sidewalks and paths safe for all forms of transportation. Click each header below to learn more about the city's transportation safety programs and projects.
Vision Zero is the Boulder community's goal to reduce the number of traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries to zero. At its core, this goal is inspired by the belief that traffic collisions are preventable, and even one fatality is too many. Learn more about the city's efforts to make safer streets and what you can do to help us reach our goal.
The 2016 Safe Streets Boulder report provides an overview of the city’s transportation safety efforts.
The report also provides the framework for the city's Vision Zero initiative, which aims to eliminate all fatalities and serious injuries resulting from traffic collisions.
Visit the NSMP webpage to learn more about the program, including how to register. You can also contact Transportation Planner Ryan Noles at 720-564-2396 or [email protected] .
To request police enforcement of a speeding problem on a major road, please contact the Traffic Unit of the Boulder Police Department at 303-441-3333.
If you are concerned about speeding in a residential area, please review the Neighborhood Speed Management Program (NSMP) or contact Transportation Planner Ryan Noles at 720-564-2396 or [email protected] .
If you are concerned about a safety issue other than speeding, please contact Transportation Operations Engineer Mike Sweeney at 303-441-3162 or [email protected] .
Have you had a close call with a bicycle, pedestrian or motorist? Tell us about it by submitting a close call form on Inquire Boulder.
One of the goals of the city's Transportation Master Plan (TMP) is to supports walking as a primary mode of travel, as it supports all other modes. To achieve this goal, the city implements to help improve the safety of crosswalks.
The city is also running the Heads Up Boulder crosswalk safety campaign with education and enforcement weeks in July, August and September 2018.
The City of Boulder's traffic system is designed to be as efficient as possible while providing safe travel for all transportation options. Learn more about the system on the Traffic Signals webpage.