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Commuter to watch: Martha Brown

Once or twice a week, Martha commutes to Boulder from Arvada by carpooling with a neighbor and co-worker. With access to the Express Lane, her carpool can bypass traffic, saving about 30 minutes each way. Adds Martha, “A few weeks ago there were a lot of accidents on the road and traffic was horrendous. It […]

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36 Commuting Solutions and the Northwest Chamber Alliance to Host 8th Legislative Breakfast

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 28, 2016 Contact: Audrey DeBarros, Executive Director 36 Commuting Solutions Tel: 303-330-4939 audrey@36commutingsolutions.org 36 Commuting Solutions and the Northwest Chamber Alliance to Host 8th Legislative Breakfast LOUISVILLE, Colo— Business leaders and elected officials from the Northwest region will gather on Thursday, January 5 for the 8th Legislative Breakfast. The breakfast will […]

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Carpool Buddies Wanted.

Are you driving solo during your daily commute and watching in envy as carpoolers cruise by in the US 36 Express Lanes? Sure, you’ve considered carpooling–it  saves time, money and you can enjoy being a passenger every once in a while. But where do you start? 36 Commuting Solutions is your trusted transportation resource, and we’ve […]

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Transit-oriented development taking root around B Line’s Westminster Station

By Emilie Rusch, The Denver Post November 12, 2016 The commuter rail line connecting Westminster and Denver Union Station may not have received the same fanfare when it opened this summer as its airport-bound sibling, but developers have already begun to lay claim to the land around the only new station on the 6.2-mile B Line. City officials hope that Westminster Station, near West […]

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Commuter to watch: Pietro Simonetti

Pietro lives in Westminster and commutes to Superior, riding the US 36 Bikeway three to four times a week. When the cars on US 36 are backed up and he’s going faster than all of them, you can bet he’s got an ear-to-ear, bugs-on-teeth grin as he pedals ferociously. Adds Pietro, “There’s nothing better than […]

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Federal Railroad Administration grants RTD and DTP extension of waiver, allowing continued operation of University of Colorado A Line and B Line

90 day waiver extension follows FRA, RTD, DTP meeting to review plans DENVER (Nov. 2, 2016) – The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has granted the Regional Transportation District (RTD) and its contract builder and operator Denver Transit Partners (DTP) an extension of their waiver, allowing for continued operation of University of Colorado A Line and […]

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Preserving the US 36 Bikeway for Today and the Future

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 25, 2016 Contact: Audrey DeBarros, Executive Director 36 Commuting Solutions Cell: 303-330-4939 audrey@36commutingsolutions.org 36commutingsolutions.org    Preserving the US 36 Bikeway for Today and the Future Two new projects maintain and improve the US 36 Bikeway LOUISVILLE, Colo.— As part of an ongoing effort to improve and maintain the newly opened US […]

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The Movement of People, Not Vehicles

When you look at moving 200 people by five different modes (here), you see that 133 vehicles with 1.5 riders simply cannot travel with the same efficiency as other modes. Moving as a Single Occupancy Vehicle (SOV) is increasingly becoming less and less efficient, yet persists as the norm in transportation. Even in cities where […]

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