The Department’s Multi-Modal Division works to help residents and visitors with alternative modes of travel like biking, walking and transit.
Subscribe to the Bicycles Listserv to receive important updates on cycling around Boulder County, including travel impacts from construction activities.
Featured Projects & Programs
Mobility for All – The goal of the Mobility for All (M4A) Program is to promote affordable multimodal (transit, bike, etc.) transportation options and to raise awareness that transportation is a basic social and economic need.
Safe Cycling-Driving Signage – Boulder County Transportation is piloting new signs on county roads aimed at educating drivers and rides on the rules of the road and how to safely share the road
State Highway 7/Arapahoe Road Mobility Improvement Study – Boulder County is looking at ways to improve walking, biking and busing on Arapahoe Road between SH 287 and 75th Street – Learn more at a June 26, 2017 meeting.
2017 Bike Map – This is the official bike map from Boulder County. Please note that this is a large file that may take some time to open.
The county is working on a pilot program to make it easier for cyclists to inform us about maintenance needs on unincorporated county roads.
Public Information Displays at Bus Stops
Thanks to a CDOT grant, the county will be installing several Public Information Displays that show real-time bus arrival information at bus stops and Park-n-Rides throughout the county in 2017.
FLEX Bus Service between Ft. Collins and Boulder
Travel between Ft. Collins and Boulder on a regional bus!
Boulder Creek Path Extension Project
An extension of the Boulder Creek Path is currently in the design phase. Construction anticipated for 2017.
Trip Tracker Program
This program engages school children and their parents in helping to reduce car traffic at schools and surrounding neighborhoods.
State Highway 7 Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study
The study will look into whether Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service is feasible along the rapidly expanding SH 7 corridor between Brighton and Boulder.
Bike Count Program
Started in 2013, this program aims to understand cyclists’ usage of county roadways, so improvements can be made in order to facilitate more biking.