Transportation Planning Projects

The 2019 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Update is underway! Participate in our Question of the Month, and check back here for future opportunities to share your feedback and shape the 2019 TMP Update.

The 2019 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Update is underway! Participate in our Question of the Month, and check back here for future opportunities to share your feedback and shape the 2019 TMP Update.

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    Question of the Month: Climate and Transportation

    In October 2018, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued a special report detailing likely catastrophic impacts of an additional 0.5-degree Celsius increase in global temperatures. Scientific studies indicate the world is on track to see this increase in temperature much sooner than we thought.

    Likely impacts include increased droughts and severe storms, more frequent and more severe wildfires, and loss of habitat and species—some of which are already being seen across the world and in our local community.

    To avoid these impacts, communities need to quickly take urgent, large-scale action to reduce greenhouse gas

    In October 2018, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued a special report detailing likely catastrophic impacts of an additional 0.5-degree Celsius increase in global temperatures. Scientific studies indicate the world is on track to see this increase in temperature much sooner than we thought.

    Likely impacts include increased droughts and severe storms, more frequent and more severe wildfires, and loss of habitat and species—some of which are already being seen across the world and in our local community.

    To avoid these impacts, communities need to quickly take urgent, large-scale action to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

    Boulder’s current climate goal is to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 80 percent or more by 2050. Transportation accounts for about 28 percent of Boulder’s current GHGs.

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    Question of the Month: Walking Destinations

    As part of the Pedestrian Plan update, we need to identify areas for future walking improvements (like sidewalks and crossings).

    Which places would you like to walk to from where you live, work or spend your time?


    As part of the Pedestrian Plan update, we need to identify areas for future walking improvements (like sidewalks and crossings).

    Which places would you like to walk to from where you live, work or spend your time?


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    Question of the Month: Traffic Signals

    Almost half of all traffic collisions in Boulder occur at intersections. To help pedestrians, cyclists and drivers move safely and efficiently, the city has about 150 traffic signals.

    Changes to how traffic signals work can help make intersections safer. At the same time, slowing down traffic can have unintended consequences, like causing people to seek alternate routes on neighborhood side streets, or even frustrating drivers to the point where they may make bad decisions.

    The city is currently updating its traffic signal policies and wants to inform and seek feedback from the community about potential changes.

    Almost half of all traffic collisions in Boulder occur at intersections. To help pedestrians, cyclists and drivers move safely and efficiently, the city has about 150 traffic signals.

    Changes to how traffic signals work can help make intersections safer. At the same time, slowing down traffic can have unintended consequences, like causing people to seek alternate routes on neighborhood side streets, or even frustrating drivers to the point where they may make bad decisions.

    The city is currently updating its traffic signal policies and wants to inform and seek feedback from the community about potential changes.

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