Transportation

The cyclist’s dilemma: How safety, climate and air pollution collide on America’s roadways

By | Matt Casale
Director, 21st Century Transportation Campaign

Walkers and bikers are getting killed at alarming rates -- at a time when we need this type of transportation more than ever. 

You're likely to see more electric cars on Colorado's roads in the next few years, and that means less smog-causing and climate-changing pollution.

News Release | CoPIRG Foundation | Transportation

Victory: Colorado officially joins Zero Emission Vehicle program

Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) officially adopted the Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) program Friday, a move that takes aim at reducing ozone pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Colorado is the 11th state to adopt the program. 

 

Clear Benefits to Adopting Zero Emission Program

By | Danny Katz
State Director

Electric vehicles don’t just promise to tackle our air quality problems. They will also bring additional consumer benefits from lower fuel costs and fewer maintenance expenses.

News Release | CoPIRG Foundation | Transportation

6,201 Coloradans Call for Electric Vehicle Standards Ahead of Vote this Week

On Monday, clean car advocates announced that 6,201 Coloradans are calling on Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) to adopt the Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) program, a critical step that Colorado needs to take to protect public health and tackle the climate crisis. The AQCC will begin a public hearing on the rule starting Tuesday, with testimony open to the public from 12:30 to 3pm and 6 to 8pm. They will vote on whether to adopt the standards on Thursday, August 15th or Friday, August 16th.   

Report | CoPIRG Foundation, SWEEP, Frontier Group, Environment Colorado Research and Policy Center | Transportation

Growing Greener

By combining policies that encourage compact development, sustainable transportation and green building practices, Boulder can help to address global warming, improve the quality of our air and water, and protect Colorado’s undeveloped areas from sprawling development.

Resource | Transportation

Letter from Local Elected Officials to CDOT on Bustang's 4th Anniversary

Dear Transportation Commissioners,

 

We want to wish a happy birthday to the Bustang program as it celebrates its fourth anniversary. Since 2015, Bustang has provided important transit service that connects communities along I-70 and I-25 with the Denver Metro Area and vice versa. In addition, Bustang Outrider provides connections between Lamar, Pueblo and Colorado Springs; Gunnison and Denver; Durango and Grand Junction; and Alamosa and Pueblo.  Dozens of communities are serviced along these routes.

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