About Us

About Us

Smart Commute Metro North is a transportation management organization (TMO) founded in May 2012 by the twelve member jurisdictions of the North Area Transportation Alliance (NATA). Our free services are focused on the I-25 corridor north of I-70, but our interest and efforts also include State Highway 7, U.S. 85 and the FasTracks North Metro Rail corridor.

We are a non-profit, public-private partnership made up of representatives from all the participating jurisdictions; we work alongside private business owners, developers, and residents who have made a commitment to advance multi-modal transportation solutions for the metro north area. Our membership is open to businesses, public organizations and individuals.

Did You Know?
What is TDM? Transportation Demand Management (TDM) refers to a broad set of strategies designed to reduce the number of single occupant vehicle trips and better meet accessibility needs by promoting the use of public transit, carpooling and vanpooling, bicycle and pedestrian travel, and reduced trip length length due to smarter land use. TDM can both allow better use of existing infrastructure and can limit the need for infrastructure expansion.

Our Mission

Smart Commute Metro North works with communities and businesses to promote transportation options and improvements, foster economic vitality, and enhance mobility in the metro north region.

Smart Commute provides many free services including TDM strategies, information, and programs for commuting options like ridesharing and transit. We also work with employers interested in providing teleworking and compressed work week programs.

Our Goals

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Our Region

Take a look at our region map.

 

Community Outreach

Smart Commute provides information about transportation projects, offers education and programming for mobility options, and promotes public transit and ridesharing to those living within the service area of Adams County, Brighton, Broomfield, Commerce City, Dacono, Erie, Federal Heights, Firestone, Frederick, Longmont, Northglenn, Thornton, and Westminster. We attend more than 30 festivals and community events annually. If you are interested in having us staff an information booth at your event, please contact us. Out outreach services are free.

We can also provide speakers for service organizations interested in transportation updates who can share everything from best practices to current transportation and transit projects.

Our Partners