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ENVISION A NEW COMMUTE Make the Switch to Bikes Transit 8 BikeLife Boulder THE US 36 BIKEWAY The new 18-mile US 36 bikeway is a commuter highway for cyclists. The 12-foot-wide bikeway runs from Table Mesa station in Boulder to 80th Avenue in Westminster. The bikeway features protective barriers numer- ous underpasses and signage to help cyclists easily get to their destinations. The US 36 Bikeway also connects to six US 36 RTD Park-n-Ride stations making riding to the bus stop a breeze. BUS RAPID TRANSIT Have you seen the new blue buses around town The Flatiron Flyer is RTDs brand new bus rapid transit service BRT connecting Boulder to metro Denver. There is a Flatiron Flyer leaving between every 4 and 15 minutes Monday through Friday making it the first service of its kind along north US 36. Whats more between the six transit stations along the US 36 route there are 200 bike racks and lockers for safe bike storage as well as available storage for bikes on the bus itself. Even better there are two racks on the front of the bus plus available storage underneath it so you can bring your bike with you THE FIRST FINAL MILE The City of Boulder Boulder County and the US 36 Commuting Solutions organization have been working to ease the stress of the First and Final Mile along US 36 the First and Final Mile refers to how you get from home to the bus stop and from the bus stop to your final destination. New way-finding signage pilot Ecopass programs programs to encourage electric-assist bikes expanded B-Cycle bike share programs and secure bicycle parking shelters make it safer and easier for you to get to and from transit stops by bike. B icycling options in and around Boulder are plenty and the options for commuting within Boulder County and down to Denver are growing. Some are designed to help you connect your bike with the bus which makes commuting easier if youre uncomfortable with sections of your trip like hills high-traffic roads or just a long distance. Here are some of the ways your ride can get easier.