• Reminder: Four Mile Canyon, Gold Run closed to cyclists

    Submitted by 303cycling on April 4th, 2018

    Boulder County is reminding cyclists that Four Mile Canyon and Gold Run are closed due to construction. Read more

    • Public Input Requested Regarding Southwest Longmont Transportation

      Submitted by 303cycling on April 3rd, 2018

      The City of Longmont recently initiated the Southwest Longmont Operations Study to address future demands on Longmont’s multimodal transportation system in the southwest part of town. Specifically, the study will examine the roadway network formed by Ken Pratt Boulevard, Hover Street, and Nelson Road, including major intersections along these corridors. The purpose of the study is to identify needed intersection and transportation system improvements and pedestrian and bicycle improvements.
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      • LoBo Trail connector will help divert Boulder cyclists off of Jay Road, officials say

        Submitted by 303cycling on April 2nd, 2018

        Boulder County and city officials are in the early stages of connecting two trails north of Boulder that will take cyclists and pedestrians off of a narrow bike path on Spine Road and the shoulder of Jay Road.

        “We’ve gotten a lot of input over the years,” Boulder County Regional Trails Planner Matt Wempe said. “People want an alternative to riding on Jay Road. That’s what is driving the project.” Read more

        • Cyclists attacked, threatened on Longmont LoBo Trail – first-hand Account by Becky Furuta

          Submitted by 303cycling on April 2nd, 2018

          PSA to my local friends:

          Saturday afternoon, I was finishing my ride and elected to avoid some wind by heading home on the LoBo Trail. I encountered a homeless couple just past the turn off to the Longmont Rec Center, about 100 meters from the underpass below Ken Pratt Ave. This is Boulder County. There are transients everywhere, and I usually just hand them wherever ride food I’ve got left in my pockets. But this couple leered at me uncomfortably. Immediately, I took out my headphones. I debated turning around, actually. Something seemed “off.” Read more