Posts tagged Boulder East
Posts tagged Boulder East
Fall Transportation News from Boulder Transportation Connections
There are several transportation activities and events to participate in this fall.
Don’t miss out on all the exciting things happening!
Learn more at http://t.co/64pU0o9C.
Boulder East is now Boulder Transportation Connections!
Boulder East is now offering services throughout the City of Boulder, under a new name: Boulder Transportation Connections (BTC)!
Through busing, biking, carpooling and telecommuting, BTC is dedicated to helping Boulder employees and residents try other transportation options in addition to driving alone as a way to help reduce traffic congestion and its resulting pollution. BTC works closely with GO Boulder, RTD and other local transportation organizations to provide programs to employees that reduce travel impacts.
For more information, visit www.bouldertc.org.
Thursday, August 9, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Dairy Center for the Arts, McMahon Gallery,
2590 Walnut Street (enter on 26th Street)
FREE Lunch provided!
All of Boulder’s transportation options and experts in one room! This is your chance to learn about all of the transportation choices available to you and your company. This event will include a panel discussion.
Email Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org with transportation-related questions for the panel.
This central location is easy to get to by busing,
biking, carpooling, walking, or b-cycling!
Bus Routes: HOP, BOLT, 205, 206
Closest B-cycle Station: 26th and Pearl (near the parking lot entrance to Google)
Ellen Orleans, GO Boulder
303-441-4004 or email@example.com
Here is a bit of info about each of the organizations that will be present at the
GO Everywhere Fair:
36 Commuting Solutions is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to reducing congestion and improving active transportation along the U.S. 36 corridor for today and the future.
Boulder B-cycle is a community non-profit formed to implement and operate a bike-share system in the City of Boulder.
Boulder County Works to ensure safe and efficient public transportation, both within Boulder County and along regional transportation corridors.
Boulder East Community Transportation Options is a non-profit that provides services to businesses making it easy for employees to discover all of the transportation options available to them.
Community Cycles is a non-profit organization of bicycle enthusiasts whose mission is to educate and advocate for the safe use of bicycles as an affordable, viable and sustainable means of transportation and personal enjoyment.
DRCOG, RideArrangers helps business and individuals avoid traffic congestion and reduce pollution by promoting and providing transportation options.
eGo Carshare is a local non-profit carsharing organization, serving the Boulder-Denver metro area. Our mission is to provide and promote alternatives to individual car ownership, thereby reducing the environmental and social impacts associated with motor vehicle use.
GO Boulder is the community’s partner in making it easier to, well, go. Since 1989, we’ve helped develop and promote the “Great Options” available for getting around Boulder.
RTD provides Bus and light rail service to Denver and Boulder, Colorado, and surrounding cities.
V-ride (formerly VPSI) is a ride sharing platform that offers vanpool services for the Denver Metro region.
VanGo & CarGo offers Vanpool and Carpool services for those traveling from the northern front range.
Via is a nonprofit organization that provides our customers with transportation and mobility options that enable them to live a more self-sufficient and independent life.
Visit Boulder East’ community transportation options website at bouldereast.org!
GO Everywhere Fair
Thursday, August 9
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Dairy Center for the Arts
McMahon Gallery, 2590 Walnut Street
All of Boulder’s transportation options and experts in one room! This is your chance to learn about all of the choices available to you and your company. This event will also include a panel discussion. Are you looking for the answer to a question about transportation in Boulder? Email Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to have the panel answer your question.
Wilderness Place B-station Launch Party
Thursday, July 26, from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
Join Boulder B-cycle, Boulder East, and Boulder Beer as we celebrate the launch of Boulder B-cycle’s 16th station at Wilderness Place. This station is located in front of Boulder Beer, which makes it the perfect place to celebrate the first install of the summer. Boulder East will hold a drawing for B-cycle memberships and Boulder Beer will provide a discount for B-cycle fans. Live music on the patio from 5 to 9 p.m. by Narrow Guage!
The Great 55th Street Egg-less Relay is back for Bike to Work Day!
Please submit your team by noon on Tuesday, June 26.
To register, visit the Boulder East website.