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Smart signs help improve safety on U.S. 36

July 15, 2016                   Public Testing Begins Next Week ADAMS/BROOMFIELD/BOULDER COUNTIES—The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) begins field testing its Smart Signs system on U.S. 36 on Monday, July 18. Located between Federal Boulevard in Westminster to Table Mesa Drive in Boulder, the overhead signs, which have […]

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US 36 Express Lanes Project receives national recognition for innovative public-private partnership

July 15, 2016 CDOT’s first P3 receives award from American Road & Transportation Builders Association DENVER — The High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE), the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Plenary Roads Denver (PRD) today were recognized as models of excellence in innovative transportation financing by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA). The Project […]

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With a little help from Friends (of US 36 Bikeway)

Cycling infrastructure considered after long construction period Staff report, Westminster Window With four years worth of construction in the rearview mirror, local transportation and infrastructure advocates are paving the way for future improvements to the area’s transportation network. Transportation consultants 36 Commuting Solutions, the transportation management organization for the U.S. Highway 36 corridor, has launched […]

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36 Commuting Solutions receives grant to fund signs

Louisville-based company receives $187,500 grant By Anthony Hahn, Colorado Hometown Weekly Commuting Solutions has received a $187,500 Station Area Master Plan (STAMP) grant from the Denver Regional Council of Governments to develop a plan for adding signs at nine RTD stations along the 18-mile U.S. Highway 36 Bikeway. While the signs will serve to direct […]

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RTD board seat attracts candidates from Longmont, Broomfield

By John Fryar, Longmont Times-Call Three candidates are vying for the Regional Transportation District’s District I board seat in this fall’s election. Longmont resident Judy Lubow — the incumbent — said her “major motivating factor” in seeking re-election has been “to get the promised FasTracks rail completed.” Broomfield resident Lee Kemp, who represented District I […]

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RTD Civic Center Station now closed for renovation

Station will be closed for approximately 12-18 months; bus service will be rerouted DENVER, July 5, 2016 – Civic Center Station, one of the Regional Transportation District’s (RTD) busiest regional bus transit centers, is now closed for renovations. The closure will last approximately 12-18 months. Once completed, the renovated Civic Center Station will be a […]

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Friends of the U.S. 36 Bikeway seeks volunteers

by Dallas Heltzell, BizWest June 27, 2016 LOUISVILLE — Friends of the U.S. 36 Bikeway, a community cycling program that launched on June 1, is looking for volunteers to lead rides for each community along the U.S. Highway 36 corridor between Boulder and Westminster, participate in biannual bikeway clean-ups and interface with businesses and local […]

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