Local Shuttles Connecting Neighborhoods - Boulder, Colorado, Community Transit System
An Effective Practice
Boulder, Colorado, developed new transit alternatives to better serve local communities. The HOP and SKIP shuttles provide frequent service connecting the city's major activity centers, community destinations, and regional transportation district bus system.
Goal / Mission
GO Boulder's mission is to develop a sustainable and balanced transportation system supporting the quality of life valued by Boulder's residents, employees, and visitors.
Results / Accomplishments
Between 1990 and 2002, transit ridership increased 500%. In 1990, transit ridership was about 5,000 riders daily for all local and regional routes in and out of Boulder; in 2002, ridership was at a daily average of about 26,000.
About this Promising Practice
- Primary Contact
- City of Boulder
Boulder, CO 80302
- Transportation / Public Transportation
- City of Boulder, Transportation Division
- National Governor's Association Center for Best Practices
- Date of publication
- Boulder, CO
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