The Boulder County LCC met virtually via Microsoft Teams on October 12, 2020.
Mission – Overcome transportation gaps in the community
o Multi-modal education
Boulder LCC Priorities
o Understand Medicaid transportation better
o Ride Free Longmont and now Ride Free Lafayette
o Address gaps in transportation in Boulder outside of RTD coverage

Boulder LCC Updates

DRCOG HST funds
▪ Boulder received either partial or full funding on all grants submitted
Coordinated HST plan being launched
▪ 5 year strategic plan
▪ Going to be doing a funding inventory (CCAM)
Ride Free Lafayette
▪ Has had 658 riders & 598 trips
LiVE education
▪ Boulder is still promoting this
▪ Doing workshop series to educate community
RTD Board seat for District 1 is still open
Can learn more and apply here: https://www.bouldercounty.org/news/bouldercounty-commissioners-to-appoint-rtd-district-i-director/

Presentations & Organization updates

 M4A Loteria Project
▪ Came about from Latino outreach plan
▪ Wanting to keep transportation relevant to this community
▪ There will be 2 phases
Educate stakeholders and educate the public -this is on hold due to COVID
DRMAC MATT (Metro Area Transit Training)
▪ Goal is to get people out of SOV transportation
▪ Will train in-person (groups up to 5 people)
▪ Will offer online training (unlimited group number)
▪ Translators must be provided by organization
▪ Training will center around Union Station and will include
How to purchase tickets, finding your route, transfers, safety, use of
Lyft scooters and bikes,
Via
▪ Still recruiting drivers
▪ Getting good feedback on expansion
▪ Limiting training group sizes at this time
RTD
▪ Currently still operating on COVID service plan
▪ Walked through proposed service changes coming in January
▪ Find full list here: https://www.rtd-denver.com/service-changes
▪ There is now a RTD Homeless Taskforce – to address homelessness at Union station and across system
Broomfield/Boulder – transportation discussion
▪ Transportation gaps include healthcare access and Flexride coverage
▪ Having further discussions on shared lessons learned in pilot programs and LCC structures/focus
▪ Are there data points that each county should be collecting to see where
more gaps are?
▪ How do you measure the trips NOT taken when people give up on asking
for help?
▪ Broomfield will be doing a needs assessment next year

NEXT MEETING

o Monday 12/14/2020 (No November meeting)
o Location: virtual (Microsoft Teams or possibly Zoom)
o Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm
o Topic: 2021 LCC work plan