May 11, 2012 - Transportation Advisory Board to hold public hearing and consider recommended improvements to the Boulder Transit Center area
Transportation Advisory Board to hold public hearing and consider recommended improvements to the Boulder Transit Center area
Based on public input received at two open houses and online, the City of Boulder has recommended a design concept for the Boulder Transit Center area on 14th Street, between Walnut Street and Canyon Boulevard (in and around the area where the current RTD transit center is located).
The public is invited to attend a Transportation Advisory Board meeting and public hearing on Monday, May 14, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, 1777 Broadway, to provide input on the recommended design concept.
Specific components of the recommended design concept include:
After public and staff evaluation of a variety of options for multimodal transportation improvements to the Boulder Transit Center area, this design concept was determined to best balance all of the project goals.
The project, which will be jointly funded by the City of Boulder Capital Improvement Bond and a Colorado Department of Transportation FASTER grant, has the following goals:
For those unable to attend the Transportation Advisory Board meeting and public hearing, meeting materials and a comment form are available online at www.bouldertransportation.net.
For more information about the Boulder Transit Center area improvements, contact Cris Jones at
This project is partially funded by the city’s Capital Improvement Bond, which is the result of a 2011 ballot item that voters approved, giving the city the authority to issue a bond to address significant deficiencies and high priority infrastructure improvements throughout Boulder. For more information on the Capital Improvement Bond projects, visit www.bouldercolorado.gov/bondprojects.
Last Updated on Friday, 15 June 2012 07:45