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Posts Tagged ‘transportation master plan’

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Urban Design, Part 1

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Urban Design, Part 1

Editor’s note: Throughout the summer and fall we will run a serialized version of PLAN-Boulder County’s A Transportation Vision for Boulder. This is part 1 of section 2. To read the entire paper, start with the Introduction. Sizing [...]

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Economics of Transportation, Part 3

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Economics of Transportation, Part 3

Editor’s note: Throughout the summer we will run a serialized version of PLAN-Boulder County’s A Transportation Vision for Boulder. This is part 3 of section 1. To read the entire paper, start with the Introduction. Congestion, [...]

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Economics of Transportation, Part 2

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Economics of Transportation, Part 2

Editor’s note: Throughout the summer we will run a serialized version of PLAN-Boulder County’s A Transportation Vision for Boulder. This is part 2 of section 1. To read the entire paper, start with the Introduction. Safeway parking lot [...]

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Economics of Transportation, Part 1

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Economics of Transportation, Part 1

Double left turn intersection at Pearl and 28th, Boulder, Colorado. Photo by Dom Nozzi Editor’s note: Throughout the summer we will run a serialized version of PLAN-Boulder County’s A Transportation Vision for Boulder. This is part 1 of [...]

Safety First!

Safety First!

I love living in a dense, urban environment. I've lived in the urban core of both Amsterdam and San Francisco for extended periods, where I enjoyed the ability to walk to work, shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. I cherish the human contact [...]

Is Boulder’s Transportation Master Plan Bold Enough?

Is Boulder’s Transportation Master Plan Bold Enough?

Boulder has admirably established an aggressive, necessary objective: The community shall achieve an 80 percent reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) production. Achieving this lofty goal will require adopting effective, historically significant [...]