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30th and Colorado Underpass Informational Meeting

July 18, 2022

Interested in learning more about transportation projects near campus, including the 30th and Colorado underpass? The City of Boulder is hosting a virtual info session on July 20th at 6 p.m. and all are invited. Learn more about the projects and register by clicking on the article title.

Map of county roads to be paved.

Annual Summer Paving of County Roads

July 18, 2022

Paving operations on Boulder county roads began on Tuesday, July 12. Operations will run from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and is expected to last until the end of August. Below is the list of road segments that will be paved (in order): 79th Street between CO...

Governor Polis signs the Safety Stop into law.

Safety Stop

May 5, 2022

Governor Jared Polis signed the Colorado Safety Stop into law on April 13, 2022. Colorado cyclists can now legally roll through stop signs and red lights after pausing, which provides a safe option for proceeding through intersections throughout the state.

Road work in Boulder city.

We Accept TIPs!

May 5, 2022

The City of Boulder is applying for TIP funding (Transportation Improvement Project funding) on four projects that will enhance bus, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure at high-travel corridors around the city: Broadway Transit Priority Intersections Project 28th Street Multi-Use Path Project Baseline Road Enhanced Transit Stops and Protected Bike Lanes Project...

Daylight Saving 2022.

Daylight Saving 2022

March 15, 2022

With more daylight in the evening, you may find yourself out later than usual. If you’re out riding, don’t forget to bring a bike light! Being seen and being able to see is a key factor of cycling safety.

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Operation Vicious Cycle Thwarts Massive Bike Theft Ring

Feb. 4, 2022

With support from Bike Index, the company CU uses for registering bikes, authorities were able to indict eight individuals responsible for stealing nearly $1,000,000 worth of bikes. All the more reason to get your bike registered!

Cyclist rides on a cleared multi-use pathway after a recent snowfall.

Winter Cycling Tips

Feb. 4, 2022

With the weather becoming colder, read on to find out how you can ride all winter long!

Street sign that requires drivers to give bicyclists three feet when passing.

Colorado Law Requires Three Feet to Pass

Nov. 18, 2021

New highway signs in Colorado remind drivers to give 3 Feet to Pass. Colorado’s “Three-Foot” law requires motorists to give people biking at least three feet of space, even if it means crossing a double yellow line to do so when the coast is clear. Thanks to advocacy by Bicycle Colorado and the help of the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), you should see new signs in 2022 on our state highways that clearly state this law and eliminate confusion with existing messaging.

Concrete curb separates bike lane from car lane.

Folsom Separated Bike Lanes Are Being Installed!

Nov. 18, 2021

This is the first time the City has used a concrete curb to provide separation between a bike lane and travel lane that are at the same grade within the street and the first curb separated bike lane facility to be constructed following the adoption of the low-stress walk and bike network plan!

Interactive map showing top crash sites in Boulder.

Areas to Avoid

Nov. 18, 2021

See the Vision Zero Boulder Interactive map to see the top crash locations and where you should take extra precautions (click the linked article title and see the tab for bicycles).