Mobility Services


  • Collect stakeholder input on the Colorado State Senate Bill 19-239, Emerging Mobility Impacts Study and develop recommendations for upcoming legislative sessions
  • Identify and launch efforts to support highly-effective transportation demand management (TDM) strategies to address congestion, including enhancing transit ridership through seamless payment integration
  • Explore ways to better serve rural populations, veterans, older Americans, ADA populations, and other underserved populations
  • Study possible tools to create a universal payment or navigation app for transit and other emerging mobility providers
  • Develop guidelines to help communities implement micromobility strategies
  • Coordinate mobility strategies for application in mobility hubs

Colorado State Senate Bill 19-239

Requires CDOT to convene and consult with a stakeholder group to examine impacts of emerging transportation technologies and business models, identify means of addressing impacts, and report findings and make recommendations to the general assembly.

More about Senate Bill 19-239


Commuting Options

See Colorado commuting options such as walking, biking, transit, micromobility, electric vehicles (EVs) carpooling, and vanpooling.                                                            

Commuting Options


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