Boulder is considering changes to existing laws as to where human and electric powered mobility devices are allowed. Give your input by Oct 19th with preliminary results will be shared with TAB on Oct 12th. As part of the changes, dismount zones are being changed, including where a cyclist was killed in the 38th/Arapahoe in crosswalk, but the … Read More
In response to COVID-19, a CDOT grant, and as part of the city’s Vision Zero program, the City of Boulder will be temporarily turning many streets into “Shared Streets” in October. Traffic will be limited to local access only and pedestrians and cyclists will have access to the streets for the duration of the project. The shared … Read More
Formerly the Vision Zero Flex Fund, Boulder is installing innovative quick-build improvements including curb extensions, traffic calming, and crossing treatments on city streets in 2020 and 2021 to enhance pedestrian and bicyclist safety and comfort. The first of 12 this year has been installed on Aurora near the school at 38th, 39th, and Gilpin curb extensions to … Read More
Neighborhood GreenStreets are low-traffic streets where walking and biking have priority. This fall, we’ll see improvements on Grove Street (from 15th to 23rd Streets). Improvements are also in the works on 23rd Street (from Spruce Street to Arapahoe Avenue). That will mean this street can be an effective alternative to busy Folsom and Arapahoe. These … Read More
The City of Boulder Transportation Department has agreed to fund several Vision Zero projects, working in partnership with the Transportation Advisory Board and Community Cycles. These projects are innovative, quick-build, impactful improvements to our streets to increase pedestrian and bicyclist comfort and safety. Learn more here . Community Cycles is excited that intersection improvements at 26th and Spruce … Read More
We have Community Cycles neck gaiters for $10 to help keep us all safe!
Community Cycles will be closed on Saturday, July 4th in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Happy Fourth of July! Enjoy!!
We are excited to welcome new staff, and in this case it’s Welcome Back Justin! Justin Saxby first joined Community Cycles as a mechanic in 2014, during the last year of an M.A. in English program at CU. He left Boulder and CC for South Bend, IN to begin a Ph.D. in Theology & Literature … Read More
Dear City Council, TAB, Jane, Tom and Transportation staff: We wanted to make sure you’ve seen the excellent new publication “Streets for Pandemic Response and Recovery” from NACTO, the National Association of City Transportation Officials, of which Boulder is a member. It captures emerging practices from cities across the U.S. and around the world and it could be very helpful as … Read More