Diagonal Shift

Diagonal Shift Logo Diagonal Shift is a new program that encourages carpooling, vanpooling, riding the bus, bicycling, and walking for trips along State Highway 119 (the "Diagonal Highway") including both the corridor and within the City of Longmont.

Commuting Options Along the Diagonal Highway


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Find Your Shift Potential

Question Point Value
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Fuel Source for trips (select all that apply)

Gas

Shared Gas

Fat

 

 

 

Modes for trips over the past month (select all that apply)

Drive alone

Drive with others

Bus

Bike

Walk

Drive + Other

Did you know you can combine riding the bus with driving or biking?

No

No, but I would like to learn

Yes

 

 

 

Where is the closest bus stop to your home?

Don't know

Don't know, but would like to learn

I know exactly where it is

 

 

 

Would you like to make your travel active?

No

What does this mean?

Yes!

I already do this

 

 

Add up your points and see what level you're at!

Potential levels:
5: New Shifter
7-11: Eager Shifter
12+: Master Shifter

Project Details & Resources

This project is part of a federal aid program provided by the Federal Highway Administration and the Colorado Department of Transportation designed to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality.

Why focus on the Diagonal Highway and Gunbarrel, Niwot, and Longmont?

  1. Growing congestion
  2. Over 50,000 employees with growing projections
  3. Access and mobility concerns
  4. Improve quality of life

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