Revitalizing Access in Boulder

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Pearl Street in Boulder

Access to the city of Boulder through a variety of transportation and parking options contributes to Boulder’s quality of life. In the year ahead (mid-2020 to mid-2021), the city is moving forward with two key strategies, reimagining the Neighborhood Parking Permit (NPP) Program and assessing and capturing the value of parking, to pursue and maintain a better balance of access and parking needs.

Take the quick poll below to share what parking characteristic is most important to you.

Did you know? The first parking meters were installed in downtown Boulder in the 1940s.

Want more? Visit www.access4boulder.com to learn more about this project and share your thoughts on how we can revitalize access throughout Boulder.

Access to the city of Boulder through a variety of transportation and parking options contributes to Boulder’s quality of life. In the year ahead (mid-2020 to mid-2021), the city is moving forward with two key strategies, reimagining the Neighborhood Parking Permit (NPP) Program and assessing and capturing the value of parking, to pursue and maintain a better balance of access and parking needs.

Take the quick poll below to share what parking characteristic is most important to you.

Did you know? The first parking meters were installed in downtown Boulder in the 1940s.

Want more? Visit www.access4boulder.com to learn more about this project and share your thoughts on how we can revitalize access throughout Boulder.

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When you’re parking, which of the these characteristics is most important to you?

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