Exploring Micromobility in Boulder

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More travel choices are the key to a sustainable future.

The City of Boulder's Transportation Master Plan sets out a roadmap for a future that is shared and electric to meet our transportation and climate goals.

Micromobility can help us get there. It refers to ways of getting around that use shared services and connected technology to provide more travel choices to more people. These smaller-scale travel choices, such as e-bikes and e-scooters, can help reduce single-occupant car trips and fill in gaps in our transportation network.

To achieve more sustainable transportation in Boulder, we need to manage these services in ways that maximizes benefits and minimizes risks, including where and how these devices are used. Be sure to take our "Which Wheels Go Where?" questionnaire below by Oct. 19 to provide your feedback on the use of micromobility devices on sidewalks, multi-use paths and in streets.

The City of Boulder's Transportation Master Plan sets out a roadmap for a future that is shared and electric to meet our transportation and climate goals.

Micromobility can help us get there. It refers to ways of getting around that use shared services and connected technology to provide more travel choices to more people. These smaller-scale travel choices, such as e-bikes and e-scooters, can help reduce single-occupant car trips and fill in gaps in our transportation network.

To achieve more sustainable transportation in Boulder, we need to manage these services in ways that maximizes benefits and minimizes risks, including where and how these devices are used. Be sure to take our "Which Wheels Go Where?" questionnaire below by Oct. 19 to provide your feedback on the use of micromobility devices on sidewalks, multi-use paths and in streets.