Our mission is to reduce the impacts of vehicle ownership. As such we support all alternative means of transportation. Check out the information below to find out more on how to get around without a car in the Denver-Boulder area.
Regional Transportation District (RTD) provides bus and light rail service to Denver, Boulder, and the surrounding cities in Colorado.
Way to Go is a program of the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) that offers tools and resources for employers and employees to commute smart. They are always happy to connect businesses and commuters to resources that can help! Find information about carpool, vanpool, schoolpool, biking and walking, transit, carshare, the guaranteed ride home program and trip planning on their website and with their staff.
Transportation Management Associations
TMAs provide tools and resources for commuters and residents in their specific areas. Check out your local TMA:
- Boulder Transportation Connections Serves City of Boulder residents
- 36 Commuting Solutions Serves the communities along the US 36 corridor
- Downtown Denver Partnership Serves the Downtown Denver community
- Stapleton Area TMA Serves the Stapleton areas
- South I-25 Urban Corridor TMA Serves communities south of Denver
- Transportation Solutions Serves east Denver, Glendale & Aurora
Denver B-cycle is the local bike sharing organization in Denver. Bike share is a great way to get around town for short and one-way trips. Buy a daily, weekly, or annual membership and each 1/2 hour trip is free!
BikeDenver is Denver’s bicycle advocacy organization. You can find bike maps, information about what’s happening in the city regarding bicycle infrastructure and policy, bicycle education, and really fun events on their website.
WalkDenver advocates for a quality walkable built environment through events, education and outreach, policy and infrastructure.
Information about biking in Denver.
Boulder B-cycle is the local bike sharing organization in Boulder. Bike share is a great way to get around town for short and one-way trips. Buy a daily, weekly or annual membership and each 1/2 hour trip is free!
Community Cycles advocates and and educates for the safe use of bicycles in Boulder. Their many programs include Earn-a-Bike, rolling bike clinics, bike libraries, classes and workshops for novice to advance bicycle riders, and the Kids Holiday Bike Giveaway.
GO Boulder is the active transportation portion of the City that has and continues to create a sustainable transportation system to connect Boulder and enhance the quality of life.