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  • Bustang by Myron, Post 10

    Post 10 – “Sunshine and Lollipops” Myron works for WSP in downtown Denver as a Senior Supervising Planner. Myron commutes by Bustang from Fort Collins every day, and kindly agreed to write about his experiences for a series of blog posts. Read them in order starting with Post 1 – Hi, I am >BUZZ< and I ride a bus. I worked […]

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  • Upcycle Your Leftover Bike to Work Day Posters

    Bike to Work Day is in the past! We had over 20K people register to participate (and that’s not even counting the people who rode that didn’t register). Hundreds of employers also registered to participate in the Denver Business Journal’s Business Challenge. If you still have your Bike to Work Day posters, we have a […]

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  • The Smart Commuter – July 2017

    In this month’s Smart Commuter, attend the July 25 meeting of the RTD Pass Program Working Group, view photos from our Transportation Forum, our Bike to Work Day Breakfast Station, and our Bike Party, read a guest article by Peter Muller of PRT Consulting, learn about $1500 that’s available for next year’s Bike to Work Day artist, and […]

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  • Peter Muller talks about Automated Transit Networks

    Peter Muller, President of PRT Consulting, and one of Smart Commute’s expert speakers from our Transportation Forum, presented a concept for an Automated Transit Network in the north metro.  We invited Peter to flesh out his concept for our newsletter this month, and he took us up on the offer.  Below is a bit more […]

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  • RTD Pass Program Working Group – July Meeting

    The next RTD Pass Program Working Group meeting will be hosted by Adams County Economic Development (12200 Pecos Street, Suite 100, Westminster) on July 25 at 1 p.m.  This meeting is convenient to commuters and employers in the north metro, and Smart Commute encourages anyone interested in learning about this process, or offering a comment about […]

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  • Bustang by Myron, Post 9

    Post 9 – “Bus Friends” Myron works for WSP as a Senior Supervising Planner.  Myron commutes by Bustang from Fort Collins every day, and kindly agreed to write about his experiences for a series of blog posts.  Read them in order starting with Post 1 – Hi, I am >BUZZ< and I ride a bus. Riding the Bustang regularly on I-25 […]

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  • RTD’s Quarterly Update

    RTD’s most recent quarterly update has brought plenty of great news about a few of their projects. The University of Colorado A Line and the B Line are both in service, and both have generated high ridership. RTD is currently in the verification process with the FRA in order to be able to implement their […]

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  • Mallorie M. bikes her son to daycare – #bikespiration

    For Colorado Bike Month, Smart Commute is sharing short inspirations from real people about why they bike to work now, or why they biked to work at a previous position. Today’s final bike-spiration is from Mallorie M. who is with St. Anthony North Health Campus, and bought a bike trailer in order to bike her son […]

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  • Chris J. passes bubbling creeks and prarie dogs – #bikespiration

    For Colorado Bike Month, Smart Commute is sharing short inspirations from real people about why they bike to work now, or why they biked to work at a previous position. Today’s bike-spiration is from Chris J. who is with Tri-State Generation and Transmission, and regrets the days he has to drive to work instead of bike. […]

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  • Nina N. is wary but supportive – #bikespiration

    For Colorado Bike Month, Smart Commute is sharing short inspirations from real people about why they bike to work now, or why they biked to work at a previous position. Today’s bike-spiration is from Nina N. who is with Tri-State Generation and Transmission, is concerned about her route to work, but remembers Bike to Work day […]

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