The City’s phased plan to reopen facilities and services is based on our commitment to protect City staff and residents, and in adherence with the most up-to-date State of Colorado and Boulder County public health orders. To learn more about which City facilities have reopened or plan to reopen, visit the COVID-19 webpage.

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Traffic safety (i.e. distracted driving, speeding, aggressive driving) is the most common complaint the City of Louisville receives from neighborhoods and it is because unsafe driving has a direct impact on the quality of life for our residents.

The City has implemented short-term solutions to address traffic safety, including speed management tools and auto, pedestrian and bicycle improvements like enhanced crosswalks and signage that immediately improves traffic safety.

Long-term improvements were considered as part of the Transportation Master Plan that was adopted in 2019. This process considered traffic safety and areas of concern, as well as alternative transportation integration. 

Commuting Solutions

cs-logo-2xSave money on your commute with the US 36 Commuter Incentive Program! Significant commuter subsidies and incentives are now available to help reduce congestion along the US 36 corridor.

Vanpool: $160 toward the first three months of your vanpool participation!

Transit: FREE RTD 10-Ride Ticketbooks valued at $45 each!

Telework: FREE quarterly trainings and $2,500 available to help implement telework programs at your workplace!

For more information on the subsidies and how to apply, visit

36 Commuting Solutions is a Louisville-based non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing mobility for commuters along the US 36 corridor.