DRCOG awards 36 Commuting Solutions grant to fund signs

LOUISVILLE — 36 Commuting Solutions has received a $187,500 grant from the Denver Regional Council of Governments to develop a plan for adding signs at nine RTD stations and along the 18-mile U.S. Highway 36 Bikeway.

The signs will direct transit riders to the U.S. 36 Bikeway and cyclists to the RTD stations, while also providing guidance to nearby places of interest.

In addition to developing a plan for the signs, the grant also will be used in the final design and construction drawings and the costs associated with sign production and installation

Signs are slated to be installed at RTD transit stations in downtown Boulder, Boulder Junction, U.S 36 and Table Mesa, U.S. 36 and McCaslin Boulevard, U.S. 36 and Flatiron, U.S. 36 and Broomfield, U.S. 36 and Church Ranch, and U.S. 36 and Sheridan, plus at the Westminster rail station.

LOUISVILLE — 36 Commuting Solutions has received a $187,500 grant from the Denver Regional Council of Governments to develop a plan for adding signs at nine RTD stations and along the 18-mile U.S. Highway 36 Bikeway.

The signs will direct transit riders to the U.S. 36 Bikeway and cyclists to the RTD stations, while also providing guidance to nearby places of interest.

In addition to developing a plan for the signs, the grant also will be used in the final design and construction drawings and the costs associated with sign production and installation

Signs are slated to be installed at RTD transit stations in downtown Boulder, Boulder Junction, U.S 36 and Table Mesa, U.S. 36 and McCaslin Boulevard, U.S. 36 and Flatiron, U.S. 36 and Broomfield, U.S. 36 and Church Ranch, and U.S. 36 and Sheridan, plus at the Westminster rail station.