Monthly Archives: April 2019

Speeding in Boulder Colorado

By Dom Nozzi June 30, 2018 Yesterday on a NextDoor email list in my town of Boulder Colorado (a list that I can barely stand to look at given the proliferation of moronic, mean-spirited, misanthropic, selfish views expressed there – … Continue reading

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Boulder’s Most Needed Transportation Reforms

By Dom Nozzi April 1, 2018 As I stepped down after my five-year term on the Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) in March 2018, I left with the following thoughts about the most pressing transportation reforms needed by Boulder – a … Continue reading

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Sounding the Alarm for Traffic Safety in Boulder

By Dom Nozzi May 15, 2018 Recently, the Boulder (Colorado) City Council has indicated that improving traffic safety is a significant priority. And rightly so, given the surge in traffic deaths in Boulder in recent years. The City has adopted … Continue reading

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How to Better Manage the Influx of In-Commuters to Boulder

By Dom Nozzi April 24, 2018 Boulder needs to better address the issue of the large number of regional car commuters coming into Boulder. That large influx into Boulder from outlying areas – estimates range from 50,000 to 60,000 in-commuters each … Continue reading

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Primary Concerns About the Boulder Colorado Draft 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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