• Location: Microsoft Teams Meeting (virtual)
  • Introductions – 42 in attendance
  • Meet every month 2:00pm-4:00pm
  • Mobility for All
    • Technology Workshops
      • Trained 20 Ambassadors
        • 9 active in post-COVID Events
      • 25 Workshops in 2020
        • 17 Pre-COVID, 8 Post-COVID
      • 137 People Attended
        • 46 Pre-COVID, 91 Post-COVID
      • Program Evaluation
        • Local Coordination Council
          • 9 stakeholder interviews
          • 5 Peer Agency Interviews
            • Hopelink
            • Maryland Department of Transportation
            • Rabbit Transit
            • Ride Connection
            • Tompkins County Coordinated Transportation Planning (Ithaca, NY)
          • 155 Survey Respondents
            • How valuable was the transportation assistance
            • I need transportation service to
          • Outcomes-based evaluation Framework`
          • Top Priority items
            • Improve Marketing & Visibility
            • Strengthen Metrics to Demonstrate Results & Outcomes
            • Sustainable Funding
            • Strengthen Project Practices
            • Improve LCC Design and Inclusive Planning
            • Focus on Sub-Populations within Boulder County
          • Ride Fee Lafayette
            • Making A Video
            • Bus Wrap
            • Creating a map
            • Program w/ Thorne Nature Group on access to Art Center- focused on low income children
  • RTD LiVE Program
    • Marketing
      • Updating website
      • Providing partner toolkits
      • LiVE videos: introduction, common questions: applications, etc. and now that you have your LiVE card
        • Shareable on social media in English/Spanish and closed captioning
      • Email blast to LiVE subscriber list
    • Data for enrollment for each county is being evaluated for variables
    • Boulder LCC is wanting to launch a program for Boulder non-profits for training
      • Offer 2 months of transit pass subsidies
    • Program updates:
      • LiVE Certification is every year
      • 15-45 days to receive card
      • Kimberly Ford is working with human service organizations and homeless shelters to see the barriers they are having. Part of the Taskforce Denver Homeless.
  • Grant Coordination: Letters of Support/ Commitment
    • DRCOG HST Set Aside
      • Ride Free Lafayette – year 2
      • RTD Access-a-Ride Certification Center Feasibility Study
        • Analyze where people are signing up from
        • Site selection
      • Electric Vehicle CarShare Proposal
        • Via Mobility Services
        • eGo Car Share
          • looking into 2 to 3 eGo cars at housing authority sites
        • Mobility for All
  • Via Mobility
    • SRC’s Transportation Program
      • Transition began July 1,2020
      • Expansion of Via’s Service Area
        • Updates:
        • Not accepting new riders at this time, hopefully 1st of October
        • Current time frame for rides, 7:30-2pm-hoping to expand time frame by hiring more drivers
        • Takes 4-4 ½ weeks to train new drivers
        • Getting new uniforms, badges, brochures, and cleaning supplies
        • Currently getting buses wrapped and doing COVID trainings
        • Looking into Route Match for on demand rides-further down the road
        • Susan Umper (sp), travel trainer is stepping down. Training Denise Stratioko (sp) to take over.
  • SH 119 First & Final Mile Study
    • What is the First and Final Mile Gap
      • A first or final mile gap is a barrier that discourages potential riders from using transit because a station cannot be easily accessed from home, work, or other destination.
      • Can include trip distances, street network and design, or lack of available transportation options.
      • The easier it is to access the system; the more likely people are to use it.
  • Categories of Recommendation:
    • Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections
      • Crossings
      • Corridors
      • Walking/biking across SH 119
    • Wayfinding signage
    • Transportation Demand Management (TDM)
    • Shared Parking (Gunbarrel station only)
    • Microtransit (Gunbarrel station only)
  • Process:
    • Assessment of baseline data and previous plans
    • Public and stakeholder engagement
    • Recommendations
      • Corridor-wide
      • 3-4 stations with additional detail
    • Implementation
      • Funding sources
      • Phasing
      • Cost estimates (upfront capital and ongoing maintenance)
  • Schedule
    • Task 1: Consultant contracting, kick-off, scoping meeting and public outreach plan:
      • April-June 2020
      • Kick-Off Meeting May 2020
      • Stakeholder Meetings (x10) June-Nov 2020
      • Public Engagement July 2020
      • Deliverable Due June 2020
  • Task 2: SH 119 First and Final Mile Corridor-wide Evaluation and 63rd Street transit Station Shared Parking:
    • May-Sept 2020
    • Deliverable Due August 2020
  • Task 3: First and Final Mile Corridor-wide and Local Recommendations:
    • July-Oct 2020
    • Deliverable Due October 2020
  • Task 4: Prepare Draft and Final Report:
    • Oct 2020-March 2021
    • Deliverable Due Dec 2020 and March 2021
  • What to Expect
    • Small, station area-specific focus groups
    • Stakeholder meetings
    • Public engagement in mid-summer
    • Draft recommendations
  • NEXT MEETING
    • Monday 9/14/2020
    • Location: virtual (Microsoft Teams)
    • Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm