The 2013 TMP Update is a year-long community planning effort to advance and innovate Boulder transportation to be more accessible and sustainable for generations to come. This master plan update integrates with the city’s Sustainability Initiatives and Climate Commitment to create a better community and world.
Adopted in 1989, the Transportation Master Plan (TMP) is the city's blueprint for creating safe, convenient and sustainable transportation options that increase accessibility and meet the need of the community.
We're updating the TMP to articulate and reflect the community’s goals and vision for travel in Boulder.
Here’s what we want to accomplish:
How do we accomplish this?
This TMP Update is also an integrated effort to consider how the transportation system can contribute to livability, city sustainability efforts and greenhouse gas reductions. Coordinating with other citywide projects and programs, this update will ensure that our transportation planning efforts compliment the city ecosystem as a whole.
The Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) is taking a prominent and ongoing role in a strategic and sequential update process for the TMP.
View the 2008 Transportation Master Plan.
2012 Boulder Transportation Issues Survey Report and Results
City Council Meeting Materials
Transportation Master Plan Policy Review and Potential Work Tasks (Sept. 18, 2012).
Last Updated on Monday, 17 June 2013 10:50