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Highway 36 corridor led region for hotel occupancy rates in May

by Doug Storum, BizWest June 21, 2016 Lodgers along the U.S. Highway 36 corridor recorded an 81.1 percent occupancy rate during May, producing the best performance among cities and areas in Northern Colorado and the Boulder Valley tracked by the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association. The association’s monthly Rocky Mountain Lodging Report, released Tuesday, revealed […]

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A Historic Year for Transit, but What’s Next?

June 16, 2016 With RTD opening four rail lines (A, B, G and R) and launching the new Flatiron Flyer Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service, 2016 is a historic year for transportation in the Denver metro region. These lines are complemented by the prior completion of other FasTracks commitments, such as the West (W) Line […]

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Officials mark substantial completion of U.S. 36 express lanes

by Dallas Heltzell June 13, 2016 BOULDER — Representatives of the Colorado Department of Transportation’s first public-private partnership project gathered at the Davidson Mesa scenic overlook on Monday to celebrate the substantial completion of the nearly $500 million express-lanes project along U.S. Highway 36 between Boulder and Denver. Officials from CDOT, the High Performance Transportation […]

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Highway 36 team ‘challenges’ cyclists to ride

Free Bike 36 Challenge promotes wellness and exercise June 6, 2016 Nonprofit commuting and transportation organization 36 Commuting Solutions is seeking participants for the upcoming Bike 36 Challenge, running from June 13 through July 8 for businesses along the U.S. Highway 36 corridor. Bike 36 Challenge is a free competition to encourage workers in businesses […]

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Bike to Work Day in the US 36 Corridor

There’s still time to volunteer, register and support this great community event June 6, 2016 Louisville, Colo. – Last year’s Bike to Work Day boasted more than 32,800 cyclists in the Denver metro region. With an average commute of 9.2 miles, these cyclists rode an estimated 603,612 miles and prevented 274,613 pounds of CO2 from […]

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With a Little Help From our Friends (of the US 36 Bikeway)

June 6, 2016 LOUISVILLE, Colo.—As communities along the US 36 corridor ease into routine after four years of construction, one group is already thinking ahead to future US 36 improvements. 36 Commuting Solutions, the Transportation Management Organization (TMO) for the US 36 corridor, is launching a new program that brings together local cyclists, businesses and […]

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