Check out the new bridge over Boulder Creek at approximately 19th. This bridge is just to the west of the new bridge completed last year. Open post to see the embedded video.
The city of Boulder will be installing a number of innovative quick-build improvements this spring including curb extensions, traffic calming, and intersection treatments that enhance pedestrian and bicyclist safety and comfort. Three curb extensions were installed near BCSIS/High Peaks Elementary on Aurora and on Grove street (17th/18th), at a crossing at Kings Ridge / Wonderland … Read More
A $58.9 million “Safer Main Streets” program for 30 transportation projects in the Denver, Boulder and Broomfield regions includes grants for; Boulder – Protected bike lanes on 30th Street south of Arapahoe; on Colorado Avenue between Regent Drive & 28th Street; and then intersection-improvement projects with high bicycle and foot traffic including Arapahoe and 15th, … Read More
The Bicycle Film Festival is coming to Boulder! The selected short films will appeal to a wide audience of all ages, from film connoisseurs to avid cyclists and everything in between. Please join us! Streaming begins at 6pm on February 12th, which is also International Winter Bike to Work Day, and can be viewed anytime or multiple times until … Read More
Want to make a difference in your community? Are you a bicycle enthusiast?? Join the City of Boulder’s Transportation Advisory Board. TAB advises City Council, Planning Board, and city staff on community transportation issues, including reviews plans for capital improvement projects, low stress network enhancements, e-mobility, and works with neighborhood groups, residents and staff on … Read More
Parking has huge impacts on bike infrastructure and the public space. Boulder is developing a more balanced approach to parking and transportation access in the city. Please share your thoughts here for the Revitalizing Access project which includes the Neighborhood Parking Permit Program, the value of public parking resources, and transportation access in Boulder. Future work will include parking code changes. … Read More
We look forward to hopefully serving our Community better in the new year. Community Cycles recommends Park Tools repair videos to help you keep riding.
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