Programs & Projects
Regional Travel Demand Management Partnership
Organizing Bike to Work Day, Van/Carpool Matching, and RTD programs, this partnership was formed to engage employers, commuters, and communities to further increase the use of alternative transportation.
Corridor Campaigns (Parker/Leetsdale Corridor & Smart Moves along Colorado Blvd.)
Designed to reduce travel demand and congestion along key corridors, these campaigns promote other modes among employers, schools, and community groups.
University of Denver Transportation Center
Located on the DU campus, this office is staffed by students who educate faculty, staff, and fellow students about RTD, biking, and carsharing.
This program encourages the development of walkable places and livable communities through bicycle, pedestrian, and transit access, as well as mixed-use buildings.
Safe Routes to School
Developed to promote student walking/biking safety and awareness, this program focuses on infrastructure improvements, policy, events, and walk-to-school programs.
Community Council meetings bring together registered neighborhood organizations (RNOs) throughout Southeast Denver and high-profile speakers to talk about transportation issues in a community context.