Boulder Bike Challenge Month

“We want you to get out on a bike, anytime, anywhere during the month of September.” Elaine Erb is the challenge manager for the Boulder Bike Challenge which is happening the entire month of September which is being sponsored by […]

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Rightsizing Boulder Roads

The City of Boulder Transportation Department is hosting a meeting on Monday August 10th at 6pm and the issue of “rightsizing” some Boulder streets will be on the agenda. Rightsizing refers to reconfiguring the layout of streets. Folsom Street, a major […]

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25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

“You have to think about how non-disabled people use your entire facility and program and try to make sure that entire facility and program is accessible to people with disabilities.” Attorney Amy Robertson, co-founded the Civil Rights Education and Enforcement […]

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State Transportation Commission Approves Rail Funding

The Colorado Department of Transportation Commission voted unanimously to approve 1 million dollars to help preserve the Southwest Chief rail line in southern Colorado. It’s part of a route that stretches from Chicago to Los Angeles. Bente Birkeland has more […]

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Capitol Coverage: I-70 Bill Signed

A measure to study how to avoid closures and ease congestion on I-70 was signed into law Wednesday. Supporters had hoped it would go even further but the bill was watered down during the legislative session. Bente Birkeland has more […]

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Bike to Work Day

June 25th is Bike to Work Day. Officials in Denver are hoping that some recent infrastructure changes will mean more people will be choosing to commute by bike. Earlier this year Denver was chosen as one of the cities to […]

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