Monthly Archives: June 2018

A Weed in Eden

By Dom Nozzi While there are countless reasons why I love living in the city of Boulder, I sometimes am surprised to stumble upon a disappointment. Boulder has successfully established a number of urban design and transportation policies to create … Continue reading

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Boulder’s Outdated Progressive-ism on Transportation and Land Use

By Dom Nozzi February 28, 2018 Something occurred to me recently about Boulder, Colorado’s growth and development strategies. It struck me that in the 1970s, many Boulder residents came to decide that the popular growth and development tactics of that … Continue reading

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Lessons Boulder Colorado Needs to Learn

Urban Wisdom Relevant to Transportation, Growth and Development in Boulder, Colorado By Dom Nozzi March 13, 2018 Boulder, Colorado has implemented a number of highly admirable tactics to protect and promote its high quality of life. However, many in the … Continue reading

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Boulder is Behind the Times in Transportation

By Dom Nozzi September 30, 2015 The extremely hostile, enraged opposition to the redesign of Folsom Street in Boulder has unveiled an enormous myth. Boulder has long been touted as being exceptionally progressive and forward thinking regarding transportation. I had … Continue reading

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Primary Concerns about the Boulder Transportation Plan

By Dom Nozzi August 5, 2014 Here are primary concerns I have about the Boulder Transportation Master Plan (TMP), and transportation reforms that I think are necessary in Boulder. I list below my top three, followed by several additional concerns. … Continue reading

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It is Time for Boulder to Put Road Safety Redesign Plans on Hold

By Dom Nozzi April 16, 2018 I am concerned that after an unacceptably large number of traffic fatalities and serious traffic injuries, Boulder Colorado is not being serious about its new “Vision Zero” program (achieving zero traffic deaths or serious … Continue reading

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Boulder and Vision Zero

By Dom Nozzi April 10, 2018 The photo here is so powerful and so tragic. It is emblematic of a number of troubling and tragic aspects of American transportation. The photo shows that as far back as 60 years ago, … Continue reading

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