Our Valued Partners

Way to Go Hero

36 Commuting Solutions works in partnership with a regional network of seven transportation management organizations (TMOs) throughout the Denver metropolitan area via Way to Go. The strength of a TMO lies in its ability to bring together multiple organizations and individuals to holistically address and accomplish more than any one government agency, employer, developer, or resident could do alone. Each group has influence on transportation and air quality issues and contributes significantly to overall solutions. We work together to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality, and make life better for the region’s residents. Activities range from providing information on available transportation alternatives to taking an active role in site-design elements that effectively impact travel demand.

Boulder/Denver Area Transportation Management Organizations

Boulder Transportation Connections

The Boulder Transportation Connections (formerly Boulder East) was created in 2004. In support of the city of Boulder’s Transportation Master Plan, Boulder East provides Transportation Demand Management services, information, and advocacy to improve access to employment centers in the Boulder Transportation Connections area for employees and customers while reducing traffic congestion and its resulting air pollution.

Downtown Denver Transportation Management Association

The Downtown Denver Transportation Management Association (DDTMA) was established by the Downtown Denver Partnership in 1995 in response to growing concerns among downtown businesses and downtown visitors on issues relating to air quality, mobility and access into and around downtown. The Downtown TMA was designed to develop and implement cost effective programs that improve access, mobility and parking options for Downtown constituents, at the same time reducing traffic congestion and protecting air quality.

Denver South TMA

The Denver South TMA is an organization with one simple, overarching goal in mind: to make sure that the transportation system works hard for everyone who lives and works along the South I-25 Urban Corridor. That mission manifests itself in a number of ways. SEBP strives to monitor transportation demands to ensure that the new Light Rail line will consistently deliver convenient, effective and high quality services to businesses located throughout this corridor. SEBP is your continuous conduit to a wealth of transportation information.

Stapleton Area Transportation Management Association

The Stapleton Area Transportation Management Association (TMA) was created to promote the use of alternative forms of travel to driving alone within and around the developing Stapleton area. The TMA creates, promotes and supports transportation options for residents, commuters, students and visitors in and around the Stapleton community.

Transportation Solutions

Transportation Solutions is focused on issues in the Cherry Creek and Glendale areas, as well as the Colorado and University Boulevard corridors. Founded in 1997, Transportation Solutions works to foster a balanced transportation system in the area where people can use a variety of modes to get around.

Smart Commute Metro North

Smart Commute Metro North is the newly formed Transportation Management Organization founded in May 2012.  The primary focus of Smart Commute Metro North is the I-25 Corridor, but our boundaries are SH-119 on the north, US 287 on the west, US 36 on the west and US 85 on the east. It’s a very large geographic area, over 300 square miles in size!

Regional Organizations

National Resources

  • Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) – An international membership organization for transportation professionals that works to advance the effectiveness of transportation systems through networking, educational events, professional development and government relations.
  • Commuter Choice – A nationwide partnership designed to help employers create customized solutions to their employees’ commuting challenges.
  • FHWA – United States Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration.
  • Federal Transit Administration – One of 10 modal administrations within the U.S. Department of Transportation, this agency administers federal funding to support a variety of locally planned, constructed, and operated public transportation systems throughout the U.S., including buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, streetcars, monorail, passenger ferry boats, inclined railways and others.
  • Public Transportation – This website, managed by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), is designed to better inform the public about the benefits and importance of public transportation for all Americans.

Regional Commuting Options

Transit

  • Regional Transit District (RTD) – RTD operates the public transit systems for the Denver area. The website includes information on how to use public transit (bus & light rail), schedules, fare information, trip planning and more.
  • FasTracks – RTD’s voter-approved program to build 119 miles of new commuter rail and light rail, 18 miles of bus rapid transit, 21,000 new parking spaces, redevelop Denver Union Station and expand bus service throughout the eight county RTD district.
  • FLEX – FLEX is a new transit service that connects Fort Collins, Loveland, Berthoud to Longmont and Boulder County.

Carpool/Vanpool

  • Way to Go – Denver-area resource for carpool matching, vanpools, telework programs, SchoolPool, Guaranteed Ride Home and Bike to Work Day.
  • SmartTrips – Transportation choices for Colorado’s North Front Range.